University of Bristol Botanic Garden

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University of Bristol Botanic Garden: The new 1.77 hectare garden, which opened in March 2006, will focus on four themed plant collections: Plant Evolution, Plants of Mediterranean Climate Regions, Useful Plants, and Local Flora and Rare Native Plants.

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From the city centre:
Go straight on at the traffic lights at the top of Blackboy Hill, proceed across the Downs towards Stoke Bishop. Cross the traffic lights at the edge of Durdham Down at the top of Stoke Hill. Stoke Park Road is the first turning on the right off Stoke Hill. The entrance to the Botanic Garden is opposite Churchill Hall.


From Bristol city centre:
Catch a City Line bus no. 40 going to Stoke Bishop. Get off at the top of Stoke Hill (press the stop button when you reach the water tower) by the traffic lights. Walk down Stoke Hill and take first turning right off Stoke Hill. From Temple Meads railway station catch Numbers 1 or 54 and get off at the Whitetree Roundabout on Westbury Road. Walk 50 yards down Parry's Lane then left into Saville Road. At the traffic lights turn right into Stoke Hill and right again into Stoke Park Road.


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10:00 AM - 4:30 PM--10:00 AM - 4:30 PM10:00 AM - 4:30 PM10:00 AM - 4:30 PM-

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Address: The University of Bristol Botanic Garden, The Holmes, Stoke Park Road, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, UK
Phone: +44 117 331 4912

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