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Montreal Botanical Garden

4.6/574 Reviews
Botanical Garden
Mid-May to early September: 9:00-18:00; Early September-October: 9:00-17:00; Other times Tuesday-Sunday: 9:00-17:00.
4101 Sherbrooke St E, Montreal, QC H1X 2B2
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About Montreal Botanical Garden

Built in 1931, the Montreal Botanical Garden is dominated by the French garden style. It is divided into greenhouses and outdoor parks with various themes. It is planted with tens of thousands of plants and is the largest botanical garden in North America. In 1984, Mr. Wu Yisun donated his collection of bonsai, and now the bonsai area of the Botanical Garden has become a larger bonsai exhibition area outside of Asia. The tropical rainforest is a greenhouse that displays lush rainforests such as climbing creatures and epiphytic organisms. Greenhouses in arid regions show plants such as aloe tequila in the African desert.

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  • 张老师
    5.0

    Montreal Botanical Garden, Canada. This may be an art park. Beautiful scenery and art can be seen everywhere in our life. The Camera of Trail Sports lets you record wonderful things anytime, anywhere! There are more than 20,000 kinds of plants. The gardeners are probably artists. Montreal Botanical Garden, there is no impossible, only unexpected, even I am totally insensitive to nature people feel good! Recommend!

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  • 乐天的静
    5.0

    Nothing can be missed in Montreal. You need to see all the places in a whole day. You are in contact with all the plants and trees all over the world. These plants and trees are carefully arranged. Children had better sit in baby carriages, or they would be in trouble if they left. Nothing can be missed in Montreal. You need to see all the places in a whole day. You are in contact with all the plants and trees all over the world. These plants and trees are carefully arranged. Children had better sit in baby carriages, or they would be in trouble if they left.

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    Reviewed on 1542358287000
  • 凤凤吖吖
    5.0

    The advantage of living opposite the botanical garden is that if you want to get an annual card, the botanical garden is the back garden of my home, and you want to go there, you will go to the botanical garden every weekend for a turn in the season.

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  • juki235
    5.0

    Montreal Botanical Garden is divided into outdoor and indoor exhibition areas, mainly three large pavilions. Lotus in the pond of China Garden is very attractive to visitors. Japanese gardens have strong adaptability to plants and refreshing buildings. In addition, there are many small animals in the botanical garden, which add a lot of inspiration to it.

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  • Tiramisu8511
    5.0

    Montreal Botanical Garden is worth visiting. The environment is very beautiful. If the maple leaves are red, it will be better. Nature is my favorite. Everything I see here is so comfortable and more like green.

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  • 张老师
    5.0

    The largest botanical garden in North America, the Montreal Botanical Garden, was built in 1931. It covers an area of 730,000 square meters. It is mainly French garden style. It consists of 10 greenhouses and 30 outdoor gardens with different themes. More than 26,000 plants are planted in such botanical gardens. I don't want to go, I don't want to go.

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  • kev****eny
    5.0

    North America's largest botanical garden, the second largest in the world, is so large that visitors can enjoy it slowly for a day without any problems. The park has two outdoor landscapes in China and Japan, each with its own characteristics!

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  • E03****23
    5.0

    There are several kinds of tickets for the Botanical Garden of Montreal. We must make it clear that we bought the most expensive ticket. The staff also advised us that there was no need to buy such an expensive ticket. It was so lovely. It was totally different from the domestic ticket.

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    Reviewed on 1523709369000
  • 然少爷
    5.0

    Nice Botanical Garden is a free access municipal garden located in the south of Nice. When you visit the garden, you may be surprised at the discord between the idea behind it and the actual situation. On the one hand: it is well organized with the flora of the Mediterranean, the Americas, Asia and even Australia, and each plant is marked and named. Various kinds of plants are on display. On the other hand, it clearly suffers from neglect and lack of proper care. Some plants withered, others withered, and confused. The garden has a lot of potential, and I'm sorry to see its status quo. If only one person could take care of it, it could have been very beautiful. But it's an interesting visit. If you bring your children with you, there's a good playground nearby.

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  • 门子乀
    5.0

    A corner of the city is always a pleasant place to catch up with. The architecture of the Chinese Garden (Dream Lake Garden) is a bit rough, but the lotus in the pond is very attractive to visitors; the plants in the Japanese Garden are adaptable and the buildings are fresh; and the Indian Garden is very popular with little pot friends. There are all kinds of herbal flowers in the garden on the west, and a clove road. On the north, there are fruit trees and several tall ginkgo trees. There are also large pine forests. In winter, there are no tickets. Someone can see skiing here.

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    Reviewed on 1417489747000
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