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Just ten kilometres from the city noise, pure nature and beautifully designed landscape meet in harmony. Foreign rarities grow next to the local plants which you will surely recognise. Thousands of plant species are a delight for the eyes of both nature enthusiasts and regular visitors as they will slowly but surely discover them.
The collections, as well as outdoor and greenhouse expositions, are the most unique ones in Estonia, featuring the highest number of species (over 8,000 taxa and varieties).
Garden for the Senses (3,500 m²) is primarily directed at people with special needs as they can look, touch, smell, sometimes taste and even listen to the plants, but is also suitable for professional and hobby gardeners, medicinal plant lovers, gourmets, and schoolchildren.
You can book a guided tour or explore the garden on your own with the help of an audio guide.
Just ten kilometres from the city noise, pure nature and beautifully designed landscape meet in harmony. Foreign rarities grow next to the local plants which you will surely recognise. Thousands of plant species are
Best time to visit is when the roses bloom. Even in August there were some flowers to see. We bought the joined ticket from teletower. This was my second time here and i probably visit here again...
Visited late September when half the glasshouse was closed and there were no catering facilities open . We can only imagine in the Summer with all the flower beds in bloom it is a beautiful place to...
Nothing to see. More beautiful plants in my neighbors garden. The entrance is 5 euros. Does not worth it at all. Better go to Kadriorg park.