Follow the Chinese plants route, visit our refurbished and reorganised glasshouses and learn more about Chinese plants in our summer exhibition.

Tickets can be purchased at our MuseumShop entrance or through our online ticketing system if you prefer.

Starting 21 June a series of small (lunch) concerts will be given in our garden, please keep an eye on our agenda! 

The Botanic Garden


Plants provide food, medicine, clothing, shelter and raw materials and are essential for humans. In our technical botanic garden, botanical research has been done on plants for more than 100 years. It has brought many wild plants to industrial applications and has been an inspiration for breakthrough innovations. The garden is still the site of various research projects, but it is also a beautiful garden where you can relax, recharge and always discover new things.

Glasshouses volunteer wanted

Our Van Iterson glasshouses are home to our collections of tropic and sub-tropic plants. We are looking for an enthousiastic volunteer with some knowledge of plants to give a hand in the glasshouses for a few hours each week.
Interested? Please contact us via email:

Plants and climate change – a leading role for botanic gardens.

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