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What a wonderful botanical garden. Trees that are out of this world and many red squirrels that pop out all over the place. The giant redwoods, whilst not as big as their Californium cousins, are to die for.
Super September day visit to the botanic gardens.
Leaves turning colour, squirrels abound and the information room with interactive activities for adults and children.
Great wee restaurant for a coffee and a snack.
A well spent afternoon with the grand children.
What a wonderful place to visit. Plenty of free parking, dogs are welcomed BUT not allowed in the restaurant or Victorian Fernery.
We managed to see 5 red squirrels, whose tails varied in colour from red to black - have no idea why. There is...More
We were staying next to the gardens so were told we could go in and we did without paying! The redwood trees were amazing as was the pond we didn’t have time to see much else. The cafe is lovely and the drinks excellent we...More
Decided to take the opportunity to visit Benmore Botanic Garden which has been on my list for a while. A very nice place to visit with it's trees and plants with plenty of colour. A peaceful place to visit and I would recommend anyone to...More
These are gardens at their best on the slopes of Ben More. Beautifully tended and planted, starting at the majestic redwood avenue. As you climb there are gardens planted from the Himalayas, Australasia etc with appropriate shelters for each. When we visited there were not...More
Very hot when visiting this garden, ground very dry, the plants in the garden were in bloom and very pretty, had to climb higher to enjoy the beauty even more, the café a little on the pricey side but after a long walk very welcoming.
Really nice visit ,The gardens are of course beautiful,well laid out and beautifully cared for,and they have the new Fernery..worth a visit.They do have organised tours and if your mobility is
limited,then you can your on a wee train,but you need to book up.We freelanced...More
A great place just for a walk surrounded by trees and ferns which is the main planting. If you are looking for a flower / formal gardens you will not find that here. The backdrop of the hills makes it a unique setting, but you...More