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We visited on a fairly grey Saturday afternoon in August and there was hardly anyone around although someone appeared to be taking wedding photos in the geodesic dome! I had expected the gardens to be much more colourful for August. However, there were some interesting...More
It's a beautiful and large collection of diverse plants and flowers. I expected a rather smaller place, but I spent 2 hours there, which was worth it all the way. They were building a new section, so if I ever go again, maybe it's finished...More
I don't really understand why this place is so well rated. As a professional horticulturalist this place was a big disappointment to me. Ok, apart from the fact that it is free to enter and the site covers a large area. It seems quite neglected...More
My daughter and I saw this place on TripAdviser and decided to check it out on a Saturday. This was our second day in Germany (and our first time in Europe). We googled our way from downtown Dusseldorf by train to Sudpark (no problem) but...More
This is a hidden gem of Dusseldorf imo, one of the best botanical garden I visited. Divided to a lot of parts (herbal, japan, north america, europe etc) it is very nice to walk through all of that. Very few people there, lots of flowers/trees...More