Botaniska offers a variety of horticultural expression and beauty. Gothenburg deserves its place on the botanical world map for these features and also for its unique collection of bulbs and tubers, all gathered wild. They can be seen for example in the Rock Garden, and are at their loveliest when blooming in the spring.
Volontary admission fee to the garden. Admission fee to the greenhouses (under 18 year old for free): SEK 20.
Tour operators and buss companies pay SEK 20 / person. Please contact the shop on arrival.
The Botanical garden is open every day, all year round, around the clock.
The greenhouses are closed due to corona virus.
+46 (0) 10 473 77 77
Carl Skottsbergs Gata 22 A
413 19 Göteborg
You can find toilets to the right when coming through the entrance, in the entrance of the greenhouses, below the hill up to the Rhododendron valley (closed november - march) and also in the restaurant.
Power-driven wheelchairs and other equipment can be borrowed in the shop april - october but have to be booked in advance. Call 010 - 473 77 77 (ask for the shop). Disability-toilets are found in the entrance area, in the restaurant and in the entrance of the greenhouses. Disability-elevator to the visitor's centre and administrational building can be found in the shop.Read more about accessibility here:
Dogs are not allowed into the garden during 1 mars - 30 september.
The reason why dogs are not allowed into the garden this time of year is that Botaniska, apart from other gardens and parks, have a very extensive, fragile and unique plant material. Think of the garden as a museum. The vulnerability is especially at its peak during the growing period. At the same time we know that many wish to walk their dogs here.
Therefore, during 1 october - 28 feburary, when most vulnerable plants are resting, dogs are welcome into the garden.