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University of Bristol Botanic Garden, Bristol
(4.3/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • What a wonderful place to chill out and also learn a lot of plant history It is tucked away over by the Downs but look for it and enjoy 
  • University in a very unusual and antique building, which stretches from the front of the garden's garden near his straight glass made an unusual structure also seemed to be like watching you
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  • The gardens are beautiful, for me the best time to visit is August/September just to see the dragon flys dance over the pond, there are some areas not accessible for people in wheelchairs, but not man...  more »
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  • Really interesting collection, well maintained with a smart layout and lots of love information.
  • Love the gardens a hidden gem! Like a mini Kew Gradens with everything to offfer on a smaller scale and a brilliant place to host an event. Enjoyed shooting Shaun the Sheep Event here for Dunkleys Chartered Accoutnants. You can see some photos on my page, Dianna Bonner Photographer. :)
  • Lovely place to stop and appreciate life!
  • This garden is like no other I know other than Kew, probably because it is curated by botanists as much as it is gardened. The plants are arranged as collections rather than flower-beds. Witty labelling in places "orchids are surprisingly useless except for aesthetics and vanilla". The glass houses are magnificent - collections of cactus, orchids, carnivores, huge water-lilies. You can see many of the rare plants from the Avon Gorge without having to abseil (although that is still an option elsewhere...). A good place to see what might grow in your Bristol garden. It is £3.50 well spent.