Museum Garden

The Museum Garden surrounds the Natural History Museum in Nygårdshøyden / the University area. Established as a botanical garden for research and education in 1897–99, over the years the garden gathered and cultivated a wide range of species. Today there are some 3,000 species in the garden, thriving in the wet and relatively mild climate of Bergen.

The new botanical garden is situated in Milde 23 km south of the town centre. It contains 5,000 plant taxa from all over the World, Norway’s largest collection of Roses, The largest Rhododendron collection in Scandinavia, Heather Garden, Japanese Garden and Alpine Garden, displays of historical garden plants and traditions. The Arboretum is Accessible for disabled persons.

Visit the website of the Arboretum and Botanical Garden.

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