Ventnor Botanic Gardens

Ventnor Botanic Gardens lies within the heart of a remarkable microclimate on the south coast of the Isle of Wight. Protected by the chalk downs of the Ventnor Undercliff, it boasts an impressive collection of rare, subtropical and exotic plants. Normally found in protected glasshouses, the plants thrive in geographical plantings based on the Mediterranean zones of the world. There is a collection of gardens to visit from Mediterranean to Australian and New Zealand Gardens. In the afternoon, chill out with the cacti and agave in the Arid Garden and then find some sun in the South African Terraces. All ages and generations of the family can spend quality time together exploring or relaxing in the beauty and tranquillity of the Garden. With Guided Tours, and a complimentary Children’s Trail worksheet and an outdoor playground. Visit the Tropical House and be transported to the rainforest, take a walk along the secret tunnel to the sea, or step off of the pathways to discover secret places and see the rare and exotic plants.

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