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Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

7,564 Reviews

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

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paul w wrote a review Apr 2021
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Had such a wonderful day out at the botanic gardens with my partner, her sister and their little one. The grounds are absolutely wonderful. A great family day out with stimulating things on hand for the grown ups and plenty of space to play and explore for kids
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Date of experience: May 2020
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fifilala46 wrote a review Apr 2021
Edinburgh, United Kingdom24 contributions9 helpful votes
We love visiting the Botanics throughout the year and seeing the changes in the plants and trees. Despite being one of the few places open to visit during lockdown it never seems too crowded for comfort.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Bob B wrote a review Apr 2021
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After driving a considerable distance and paying to park, despite booking tickets for a family of four we were welcomed by a bell ringing woman who immediately told us to go home due to a bit of unexpected windy weather. This was a complete waste of money and time, since we went all the way to look at some railings! The conclusion is if it’s raining don’t go because it’s miserable and if it’s windy don’t go since you will get thrown out due to the imminent threat of a falling pine cone! After my advanced calculations, in Edinburgh it will leave around 2 days a year which this garden would be suitable to visit! In summary don’t bother, I won’t be going back!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Mydream wrote a review Jan 2021
Brighton, United Kingdom20 contributions29 helpful votes
We were with a guide and a good group of people, everyone had enjoyed the walk in this botanical park, very beautiful centennial trees.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Gosia S wrote a review Dec 2020
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The ligh show was quite good. However, there were far too many people let it and I did not feel comfortable. It was difficult to keep social distance in some points of the trail. Not everyone was wearing a mask as we were outside but it was too crowded to feel comfortable around those people. I even felt rushed before the cathedral of lights when I was told by a member of staff to "take my photo as quickly as you can". This could be avoided it you did not let in too many people.. It could be organised better.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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