Bergianska Trädgården


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Amateur botanists and picnickers alike will love this idyllic botanical garden on a hilly peninsula by Brunnsviken. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, which still conducts research here, moved the garden from Vasastaden to this waterfront area in 1885. Orchids and vines fill Victoriahuset, a small conservatory (1900); its pond contains giant water lilies, measuring up to 2.5m (8ft) across. The more recent Edvard Andersons Växthus, an all-glass conservatory, contains Mediterranean plants and trees in its central room, and flora from Australia, South Africa, California.

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Bergianska Trädgården details


Area Stockholm

Transport T-bana Universitetet/bus 40, 540.

Telephone 54 59 17 00

Bergianska Trädgården website

Open Gardens 9am-8pm daily. Edvard Andersons Växthus 11am-5pm daily. Victoriahuset May-Sept 11am-4pm Mon-Fri; 11am-5pm Sat, Sun. Closed Oct-Apr.

Admission Gardens free. Edvard Andersons Växthus 50kr. Victoriahuset 20kr. Free under-15s. Free with SC.

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