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Hamburg City Pass > All Attractions > Botanischer Garten Hamburg

Botanischer Garten Hamburg

Visit the Botanical Garden in Hamburg

Once a garden used primarily for research purposes by the University of Hamburg, the Hamburg Botanical Garden is now considered a popular retreat in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the big city. Since 2012 the Botanical Garden is now called Loki Schmidt Garden and is thus named after the author Loki Schmidt, who until recently was particularly committed to the preservation and care of the Botanical Garden Hamburg.

Opening Hours Botanical Garden Hamburg

Loki Schmidt Garden 

Tropical greenhouse in City Park Planten un Blomen
Temporarily Closed

Open-air grounds of the Botanical Garden
January-February: 9am-4pm
1 March-26 March: 9-5pm
27 March- 30 April: 9am-7pm
May-August: 9am-8pm
September: 9am-7pm
1 october-29 october: 9am-6pm
30 October-20 December: 9am-4pm

Ticket Botanical Garden Hamburg

You will get your ticket with the Hamburg City Pass.

Address Botanical Garden Hamburg

22609 Hamburg

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Direction Botanical Garden Hamburg

Loki Schmidt Garden
S11, S11 to Klein Flottbek/Botanical Garden
M15, 21 to Klein Flottbek/Botanical Garden  

Tropical greenhouses Planten un Blomen
U1 to Stephansplatz
S11, S21, S31 to Dammtor station
Bus 35 to Hamburg Messe (entrance middle and east)
Bus 112 to Stephansplatz or Johannes-Brahms-Platz or Chamber of Crafts/Museum of Hamburg History/St. Pauli
U2 to exhibition halls 

Information Botanical Garden

The botanical garden belongs to Hamburg University and is now called (since 2012) Loki-Schmidt-Garden. This garden is divided into two locations: the outdoor area is located in Klein Flottbeck and houses three themes: phytogeography, plant systems, and the dynamics between mankind and plants. The tropical greenhouse is located in Dammtor’s Planten un Blomen and is divided into tropes, subtropics, cacti, cycads, and ferns.  

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