Prague Botanical Garden

Photo Courtesy: Prague Botanical Garden Website

“Biophilia” = “love of life” is the name for a connection between humans and plants. Spending some time around nature can be a calming and relaxing experience for you and your kids.

It’s lovely to take a nice walk on a warm spring day, and Prague’s botanical garden is a beautiful option. The garden hosts numerous festive and educative events. During summer, an impressive plethora of 300 species and cultivars of perennial and annual plants are in blossom in the central bed.

Visitors can access an outside exposition,  Fata Morgana greenhouse and the historic St Claire’s vineyard. It’s a great place for kids to learn about varieties of flora from different parts of the world like Turkey or Australia. There is also a very interesting Japanese garden and a beautiful peony meadow.

Opening Hours:
Fata Morgana greenhouse: Tuesday – Sunday
Outdoor expositions: daily
November – February 9:00 – 17:00
March – October 9:00 – 19:00

Where: Trojská 800/196, 171 00 Praha-Troja
How to get there:
Closest bus stop: Zoologická zahrada, Na Pazderce
Closest Metro Station: Holešovice, Kobylisy

Entry fee:
Outdoor exposition: Adults – 100 CZK, children 3-15 years and students up to 26 years – 45 CZK; Family (2 adults + 2 children) – 250
Fata Morgana greenhouse: Adults – 150 CZK, children 3-15 years and students up to 26 years – 75 CZK; Family (2 adults + 2 children) – 415 CZK

Guided tours:
Guided tours in English can be booked through Admission fee: 550 CZK per hour/one tour circuit + entry fee. The group can be up to 25 people.

Contact details: 
Telephone: +420 234 148 122
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