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Tromso Botaniske Hage, Tromso

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Explore the world's northernmost botanical garden at Tromso Botaniske Hage. The arctic-themed garden boasts over 25 collections originating from Alaska, Greenland, Nepal, Norway, Africa, and South America growing along slopes and intermixed with large boulders. Check out the North Norwegian tradition garden to see 700 plants from North Norway's old gardens. Signs labeled in English give information on many of the plants. Entrance is free, and the garden is open year-round. Add Tromso Botaniske Hage to your Tromso travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Tromso trip itinerary planner.
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Tromso is a major tourist destination in northern Norway and offers a range of accommodations. In the city center, take your pick from numerous hotels at varying prices and within walking distance to restaurants, nightlife, and tourist attractions. If you've come for the city's main attraction, the northern lights, check out a number of offbeat accommodations that bring you closer to nature. Consider staying in a cabin or fishermen’s cottage near the city, with a fjord or the sea as your backdrop. Alternatively, experience the local culture by renting a room from a family.
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  • We spent a very enjoyable few hours here, as we are keen gardeners we took lots of photos and made a fair few notes. Sadly there was a cruise ship in so there were a number of coach tours visiting. Ve...  more »
  • I can at least say I went to the Northern Most Botanical Garden in the World (Iceland claims the same with one), but not much to see with the snow on the ground.  more »
  • Extensive gardens. Nice to wander surrounded by arctic plants and see them growing in a very natural landscape.  more »
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  • It is a precious and very interesting space for the species that it cultivates and whose genetic inheritance preserves. If I had to choose a single place in this city would be this botanical garden.
  • Just a blanket of white when I visited end of March
  • Very diverse plant collection in small place
  • Amazing collection from all around the world.
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