It was a peaceful place to visit .. i enjoyed seeing different kinds of plants that i haven't seen before .. the tickets price is good .
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I visited here with my family for Father's Day. It was a lovely little walk and a beautiful place to enjoy a sit down and watch the world go by. The only thing that let the experience down was the toilets. Disgusting! Overall a lovely...More
Some lovely plants on show in several climate zoned greenhouses. Outside gardens are lovely, but not all of the plants are well labelled so you may not get information that you need to really take advantage of the gardens
You can spend 30 minutes or many hours here....it is not large, but the gardens and greenhouses are beautiful and full of interesting plants. I've visited in winter and summer and enjoyed it both times.
The gardens were lovely, very peaceful to wander around at your own pace. There were beds laid out relating to illnesses which were very informative and areas for produce that had shaped food history. The long border was stunning. If I lived in Oxford I...More
I visit Botanic Gardens on a regular basis and this was next on the list! Great selection of plants....well laid out and some unusual specimens too. A must see if your in Oxford and you like gardens. Good value too at £5.50 with gift aid....More
This is a perfect place to spend an afternoon with book, coffee-to-go. Beautiful plants, great atmosphere, close to the city centre. Tolkien has his favourite tree there :)
Oxford is known for its historical university and colleges, but do not forget the botanical gardens, they are a peaceful escape of the very busy city centre. It is lovely garden, well taken care of. Absolutely stunning in the spring and summer, and still even...More
I spent more than two hours wandering through this beautiful garden. The greenhouses were really fascinating. I had no idea there were so many insect-eating plants in the world; their various means of catching their meals were amazing. I had the pleasure of following a...More