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Bonsai Garden Museum

Avenida Andalucia 10, 18690, Almunecar, Spain
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small and perfectly formed like the trees

Very tranquil and enjoyable with an amazing variety of trees, excellent value. An excellent place... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Somerset, United Kingdom
High five for the bonsai collection

This place I liked a lot. Bonsai is hard to grow, they showed more than 200 of them. Shady, small... read more

Reviewed 2 August 2017
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Avenida Andalucia 10, 18690, Almunecar, Spain
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Very tranquil and enjoyable with an amazing variety of trees, excellent value. An excellent place to relax and chill

Thank davann2015
Reviewed 2 August 2017

This place I liked a lot. Bonsai is hard to grow, they showed more than 200 of them. Shady, small paths and a lot to see. Really cool. If you are green fingered, this place is a do-not-dare-to-miss for you.

Thank Srancaik
Reviewed 25 July 2017

Lovely garden with Bonsai plants, little pins and many other midget trees who has lot of years, and don't grow, presented in a Zen ambiance, sometimes quite or with music accordingly.

Thank Manuela L
Reviewed 25 July 2017

Didn't like how animals were kept. Whilst the gardens were lovely, the conditions for the poor animals was not. I could hear puppies from a shed yelping. Found this visit upsetting. Wouldn't return.

Thank Maureen F
Reviewed 11 May 2017

It has a very interesting collection of Bonsai and although it was opened originally by the Mayor a few years ago sadly it looks as though it has seen better days. A leaflet was given to us and it was a Euro to go in....More

Thank Bertie65
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

Very hard to review this small park come garden which is really just a nice collection of a wide variety of different types of bonsai trees all of which appear well tended and cared for. Plenty of shade and benches to sit on and contemplate...More

Thank Gsstott
Reviewed 18 February 2017

Paths around this garden are easily managed for a wheelchair or someone not able to cope with steep slopes. There are several species and although it was a little unkept in places I am sure during the main season it would look amazing. A cheap...More

Thank Heather R
Reviewed 6 November 2016

We took a spontaneous diversion into this cute bonsai garden on our travels through the town! It was lovely to wander around, admiring the work and love that goes into tendering these little plants. We experienced the added element of 2 excited puppies running around...More

Thank Jess G
Reviewed 28 October 2016 via mobile

We rather enjoyed this little place squashed in between the local houses, very unexpected. Some of the specimens were quite old and interesting.

Thank Grandadlen
Reviewed 26 October 2016

Don't hesitate to visit this little pearl of a conceptual garden:bonsai garden. Here you have the proof, that almost any species of plants can become an nice bonsai by means of love and proper care. Most of the bonsais are nice and refers to one...More

Thank Henrik S
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