Botanic Garden in Prague Troja

You will find places in Prague that will surprise you by their beauty and diversity. Botanic Garden in Prague – Troja is definitely one of them. You will find here a tropical greenhouse with exotic plants, open air expositions divided into Japanese Garden, wetlands, Ornamental Garden, North American prairie etc. Everybody will certainly find their cup of tea here.

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Fata Morgana Greenhouse Botanic Garden in  Prague  Troja
After you step up a smaller top you will find the garden entrance where you can decide whether to visit Fata Morgana Greenhouse or the open air expositions. The tropical greenhouse is located in the southern side of the Troja plain. In the S-shaped greenhouse covering more than one thousand seventy hundred meters there is a unique botanic exposition. It is divided into three thematic blocks. First of them is dedicated to dry tropical and subtropical plants. You will find here representatives from the territory of the Australian bush or Madagascar. The largest part is occupied by wet tropical rainforests and in the last section you will encounter flora typical for rough mountain territories of America, Asia or Africa.

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Open air expositions Botanic Garden in  Prague  Troja - Japanese Garden
Open air expositions cover area of nearly 25 hectars. It is almost like a fairy-tale. You are walking on a beautiful maintined path and suddenly you are in the Japanese Garden. The garden will be a wonderful experience especially in the spring. The next moment will transfer you to the Mediterranean Basin and Turkey and later to the North American semi-desert. You can encounter special statues of prehistoric animals on your way. Soon you will get tired – no problem, the garden is ready for that, there are deckchairs shattered around, benches and, of coarse, a restaurant.

Conclusion Botanic Garden in  Prague  Troja
Botanic Garden is oasis of peace and tranquility in Prague. All of us have a chance to find a place here for pleasure that will perhaps even enchant you. There are greenhouses, open air expositions with various gardens here, an extensive vineyard terriory with St. Claire´s Chapel and finally educational path. Come and enjoy the garden!-

Map of the Botanic Garden premises
(assumed from the official Botanic Graden website)

Nádvorní 134,
171 00 Praha 7 – Troja
opened to the public: YES

Transport connection:
City public transport:

The best way to get to the Botanic Garden is to use the metro (C-line) through Nádraží Holešovice station where you will change for bus Nr. 112. You will exit at Zoologická zahrada station or Botanická zahrada Troja station. Then you will follow the signs (ca. 5 minutes). The road from the bus stations is visibly marked. You cannot go astray.

If you decide to arrive from Bohnice (from metro C – Kobylisy station), use bus Nr. 144 (Na Pazderce station, situated close from the Botanic Garden parking place. Then you will continue through a forest (asphalt surface guarantees pleasant and safe walking) and then on a natural footpath (stony, sinking, more demanding for people with mobility problems, unsuitable for disabled persons and wheelchair users). Follow the signs for ca. 10 minutes until you reach Fata Morgana Greenhouse or after some 250 meters the cash desks of the open air expositions.

By car:
If you decide to go by car and select the arrival from the ZOO park you risk a failure to find a parking place. The parking place at the main ZOO entrance tends to be overcrowded and the adjacent streets also provide limited parking possibilites. Parking in front of the current main entrance to the open air Botanic Garden expositions in Nádvorní street just like in front of Fata Morgana Greenhouse is exclusively permitted to Botanic Garden service cars therefore parking in these places is not possible!

In case you need to transport disabled visitors we advise you to drive your car as close as possible to the Botanic Garden entrance (or to Fata Morgana Greenhouse), to help the disabled visitor out of the car and park in one of the free parking places. (There is a reserved parking place for cars with appropriate labelling just below the greenhouse.)

You will get to the Botanic Garden parking place if you follow the main street and then drive out through K Bohnicím street and K Pazderkám street until you reach the Botanic Garden parking place. The drive will take max. 5 minutes and it leads uphill through the serpentines. The parking place is not supervised!

More information on transport connection in the Botanic Garden premises – here

Opened all year round Tuesday to Sunday, i.e. closed on Mondays. on Monday if it is a public holiday.)

April 9.00 am– 18.00
May – September 9.00 am – 07.00 pm
October 9.00 am – 05.00 pm
November – February 9.00 am – 04.00 pm
March 9.00 am – 05.00 pm

Open air expositions and St. Claire´s Vineyards
Opened daily, all year round.
April 9.00 am– 18.00
May – September 9.00 am – 07.00 pm
October 9.00 am – 05.00 pm
November – February 9.00 am – 04.00 pm
March 9.00 am – 05.00 pm

Free entrance from November 1st until March 31st.

Entrance fees:
Information on tickets – here

Botanic Garden in Prague Troja

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