The Acclimatisation Garden is one of Barcelona's most interesting botanical spaces and boasts close to 230 different plant species.
The first attempts at plant acclimatisation began in the eastern Mediterranean, in places such as Egypt and Mesopotamia, since when it has helped us to enrich not just our knowledge of new species but the diversity of our local flora too.
The Acclimatisation Garden in Barcelona is arranged as flower beds, among which there are some especially notable large trees. They are sufficiently spaced apart to enable visitors to contemplate them individually. This makes sense when we bear in mind that the purpose behind these gardens was to discover the possibilities of cultivating plant species from around the world in Barcelona’s climate. Hence the need for space.
|De l'1 de novembre, al 31 de març||Tots els dies||de 10:00h a 19:00h||Hora de tancament|
aproximada,en funció de
l'horari solar (tanquen
quan es fa fosc, al capvespre)
|De l'1 d'abril, al 31 d'octubre||Tots els dies, excepte 27 de setembre||de 10:00h a 21:00h|