Welcome to the award-winning Gothenburg Botanical Garden, one of the largest in Northern Europe with which holds about 16,000 species in an area that occupies 40 acres.
This is a botanical garden with a strong emphasis on horticulture, with the garden's different sections linked by lawns with fine trees and shrubs. Some of the different gardens you can see here include a kitchen garden, a herb garden, perennial and annual borders, a Japanese glade, a rhododendron valley and a stunning rock garden with a waterfall. Don't forget to visit the bulb garden while you're here for the chance to see unique species that are not grown anywhere else.
Inside the greenhouses you will find more than 4,000 species including a large collection of orchids and carnivorous plants. The Easter Island tree, extinct in its natural habitat, is preserved here.