Skip the line and get ready for a blooming brilliant day in the oldest botanical gardens in the Netherlands. Leiden's Hortus botanicus was first planted in 1590, and it's home to all manner of flowery treasures. See the Japanese herbal gardens, a rare tulip tree that's been here since 1716, a famous lily that only blossoms once a year, and much mor...
- * Access to the Botanical Gardens
- * No lockers onsite * By buying a ticket you declare to agree & comply with the COVID-19-related Safety Measures in place Getting There: Bus: Lines 2, 3, 4, 45, 169, 182 or 187 to Breestraat. Lines 5 or 6 to Kort Rapenburg + 5 minutes walking. * Free entry for children under 4 and Museumkaart holders * Reduced tickets for students are available at the Botanical Garden's website * Skip the lines at the cash desk and scan your ticket at the entrance * Please stay on the designated paths and don't touch the flowers and plant displays! * Free booklets with walking suggestions are available at the ticket desk
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