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Calle Quart, 80


This magnificent garden has one of the largest botanical collections in Valencia, with nearly three thousand different species of trees and plants from the five continents of the world.

The garden was created in the sixteenth century, is owned by the University of Valencia and has its origin in an orchard that was enabled for the teaching of botany. Two centuries later, the garden grew in size and adapted to new scientific advances.

Inside, there is a collection of palm trees and tropical trees, cactus and other plants that can be found in the desert.

INFO OF INTEREST


OPENING HOURS: 
Open every day:
January and February: FROM 10 AM to 6 PM
March, FROM 10 AM to 7 PM
April, FROM 10 AM to 8 PM
May, June, July and AGOST, FROM 10 AM to 9PM
September, FROM 10 AM to 8 PM
October, FROM 10 AM to 7 PM
November, December FROM 10 AM to 6 PM
PRICES: 

ORDINARY ENTRY: € 2.5

FREE ENTRANCE:
Children under 7 years of age, members of the university community (Universitat de València) and companions of dependent persons.

ENTRY WITH REDUCED RATE:
Rate: € 1
Members of the “Friends and Former Students of the University of Valencia” collective.

Rate: € 1.5
Over 65, pensioners, dependents, unemployed people, boys and girls from 7 to 16 years old, university students, holders of a large or single parent card, holders of the youth card, members of associations linked to the Botanical Garden.

Rate: € 1.5
Groups of more than 10 people.

Rate: € 2.25
People with the “Valencia Tourist Card” or “Family point” card.

DAYS OF FREE ACCESS
The dates are subject to changes that will be communicated well in advance on this website.
Tree Day: January 31
Museum and fascination for plants day: May 18
Day of biological diversity: May 22
Environment Day: June 5
Science Day: in 2018, November 24
HOW TO GET HERE: 
Metro: línea 1 Estación de Túria. líneas 3 y 5 Estación Àngel Guimerà
Bus: líneas 5, 60, 62, 63, 64, 73, 79, 80, 81, 92, 95
Valenbisi: Estación nº 20 – Quart – Fernando el Católico