Don’t let the out of the way location stop you from visiting the Montreal Botanical Gardens. Extremely beautiful, especially during the winter, the gardens are home to a wide variety of plants and flowers imported from many places around the world.
There are changing exhibits and events, which let you get in touch with nature in the middle of the city.
Montreal’s Botanical Gardens was founded in 1931 and is made up of 190 acres of greenhouses and gardens!
Some of the most popular areas of the garden include the First Nations Garden, the Japanese Garden, and the Alpine Garden. With 10 total greenhouses and over 22,000 species of flora, you will get lost for at least a whole day exploring the grounds.
Did you know that Montreal’s Botanical Gardens are considered some of the best in all the world? That’s right! They have a talent showing the planet’s biodiversity as plants from every corner of the world are housed in the gardens.
Good to Know
Montreal Botanical Gardens & Insectarium
Where: 4101 Rue Sherbrooke E, Montreal
When: 9 AM – 5 PM
Admission: $20.25 Adults. See their website for specific rates.