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Fifteen acres of glorious landscaped gardens with over 7000 plants, shrubs and trees - and a new Butterfly House. Close to Birmingham city centre, this hidden tranquil setting also has four glasshouses taking the visitor from the hot steamy heat of...more
Hours Today: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Westbourne Road | Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 3TR, England
All reviews butterfly house lantern festival christmas lights hot house bonsai collection band stand interesting plants japanese garden gardens are beautiful children's play area sunny day tea room city centre bandstand birds aviary picnic
I visited on the heritage annual open days for free and found it a pleasant couple of hours but i couldn't spend the whole day here. Nice plants and a few birds and a scenic walk around outdoors plus a gift shop. Pleasant but not...More
First and foremost we were asked to register our car inside the entrance in order that we did not receive a parking fine! Entry was through two or three greenhouses, which was interesting. The dining room and tables were laid out very nicely and wine...More
So glad the magic lantern festival is back this year.
Had a great night some really nice street food and bar stalls on the walk round the lanterns which added to this years event.
Would definitely recommend to get you into the Christmas spirit.
Was a little sceptical about going to this event but it’s really rather magical. Took two buses from Solihull to the Botanical Gardens and spent a delightful hour enjoying the festival. Highly recommended to get into the spirit of Christmas
Visited the Magical Lantern festival this evening, as we arrived with our children we were told to park on a very busy side street even though the car park on site was empty. This made it very difficult for us to take our children out...More
A friend and i visited in October for a friends birthday and loved it. Then visited for the magical lantern evening on the first night it opened for this years extravaganza. Long queues that moved quite quickly. Not quite what we were expecting - i...More
So I went to the Botanical Gardens in September, I parked on their car park and was told to enter my vehicle registration in to the computer screen so I would be exempt from parking fees.
Roll on a few months I get a parking...More
Me and my partner visited for the magical lantern festival for the evening. We felt at £14 it was very overpriced even before half of the lights turned off and didn’t come back in for the half an hour we waited before deciding to leave!...More
I have always been a supporter of Birmingham Botanical Gardens and held a membership card for more than 10 years. Having not had the opportunity to visit in recent years, my daughter and I decided to make a return visit to catch up on all...More
Whilst in the area we visited the Botanical Gardens. Parking is free for an hour but you need longer than that so you have to go into reception and put your car details in the machine to get a free 12 hour parking pass.