Botanical Night at Botanical Garden

Botanical Night at Botanical Garden

16 & 17 July 2021

Once a year the Botanical Garden Berlin hosts the Botanical Night. Visitors can experience the manifold plants and flowers in a most romantic and magical way.

Botanical Night at the Botanic Garden

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For the Botanical Night, a 16 kilometre long path along the flower beds and several themed gardens are illuminated and guide visitors to many attractions. Various mythical creatures appearing in between flowers turn the garden into a romantic and magical place.

Fireworks conclude the programme of the Botanical Night

The programme of the Botanical Night lasts until 2 a.m. in the morning. Until then visitors can participate on several guided tours through the garden which focus on specific botanical topics. There is also a cultural programme with cabaret, theatre, dance performances and food delicacies. It is completed by a huge romantic firework above the Italian garden which paints flowers in the sky.

One of the world's most famous botanical gardens

The Botanical Garden in Zehlendorf district opened in 1910. Since then it has become one of the world's most famous botanical creations. The 43 hectares large area provides space for about 22,000 different plants from all over the world.

Botanical Night 2021 37.2 € Book tickets online

Photo Gallery (in German)

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Botanical Garden Berlin on the map

Address
Königin-Luise Straße 6
14195 Berlin
Opening Hours
16 & 17 July 2021
5 p.m. - 2 a.m. (Doors open at 5 p.m.)
Admission Fee
Tickets start at around 40 Euros.

Source: BerlinOnline

| Last edited: 1. October 2020