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The Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden Denmark
Copenhagen, Denmark
The Botanical Garden in Copenhagen focuses on communicating and educating about the gardens thousand plants. The garden is a part of The Neutral History Museum and welcomes those who wish to come closer to the life of plants.   

The museum is also called The Living Museum and has the largest collection of plants for scientific use in Denmark. The history of The Botanical Garden dates back to the 1600 century and has over time had four different locations.   

The Botanical Garden is for everyone and it is also possible to get a guided tour. If you are inspired by the beauty of the garden and wish to take home some lovely plants and flowers, The Botanical Garden’s store offers seasonal plants, flowers, seeds and more. The store is located near Nørreport Station.   

If you get hungry after all the beauty from looking at all of the lovely plants, The Botanical Garden’s café is open during the summer months, and has delicious refreshments, at reasonable prices.    

Bicycles and pets are not allowed in the garden. Further, it is not allowed to collect and bring home plants, flowers, seed and other plant parts from the garden.
 
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