Sheffield Botanical Gardens
Sheffield Botanical Gardens have been subject to a major restoration programme which was completed in 2005.
The 19 acre landscape at Sheffield Botanical Garden was originally laid out in 1836 by Robert Marnock a leading Victorian horticulturalist and landscape designer.
The glass pavilions containing plant collections from temperate regions are the centre piece of the Gardens. They look out over an avenue with fine herbaceous borders both sides leading to a fountain.
Much more to see with many different areas including Rose Garden, Water Garden, Prairie Garden.
Sheffield Botanical Gardens Open 2017
Summer - Gardens - Daily to 8.00/dusk, Pavilion 11 - 5.
Winter to 3.30/dusk, Pavilion 11 - 3.30.
Tearoom, Disabled Access.
- Street: Clarkehouse Road
- Postcode: S10 2LN
- City: Sheffield
- County: Yorkshire
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 0114 268 6001
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