Botanical Garden in Valencia

The Botanical Garden of the University of Valencia, also known as Valencia Botanical Museum, was the first botanical garden created in Spain, has existed since the sixteenth century (records are kept of 1567) and was restored in the years 1987 to 2000, the Currently, the Botanical Garden of Valencia is one of the many botanical gems this city has.

The botanical garden has about 4500 species belonging to 5 continents and is administered by the University of Valencia.

Among the 20 plant collections of the museum highlights the collection of palms is now one of the largest in Europe. The exhibition greenhouses and tropical vines collection, Umbracle, splendid collection of aquatic plants, Succulent collection, Crushed endemic, Aquarium and Aviary.

The building that manages the garden is owned by the University of Valencia, opened in 2000 and in it, there are exhibitions, conferences and courses.

If you plan to travel to Valencia do not forget to watch this natural spectacle, a place where nature makes you feel life.
How to reach the Botanical Garden of Valencia?

The Botanical Garden of Valencia is on Calle Quart, 80, you can visit any day of the week except Monday and on December 25 and January 1.


• Price: 2.00 euros
• Children (0 to 6 years), seniors, community college and former students: free
• Groups concluded, per person: $ 1.00
• Valencia "Tourist Card": 0.90 euros

Open daily except Mondays, days with wind and rain, and holidays on December 25 and January 1:

• November to February, 10 to 18 h.
• March and October, 10 to 19 h.
• April and September, 10 to 20 h.
• May to August, 10 to 21 h

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Bus: 1,2,5,7,22,60,61,62,63,73,79,80,81 Y95

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