Wednesday, 7. 4. 2010

Ljubljana botanic garden's 200th anniversary

The Ljubljana Botanic Garden is one of the world's historically most important institutions of the kind and Slovenia's oldest running cultural, scientific and educational institution.

More about the Ljubljana Botanic Garden

Established in 1810, the Ljubljana Botanical Gardens are Slovenia's oldest cultural, scientific and educational institution operating uninterruptedly since its foundation. The Gardens contain more than 4,500 different species and subspecies. One third of them are endemic to Slovenia, while the rest originate from other parts of Europe and other continents.

The Gardens, collaborating with more than 270 botanical gardens worldwide, are involved in scientific research and educational activities. They play an important role in the growing and protection of Slovenia's endemic, endangered, vulnerable and rare species.


  • 1 April - 31 October: 7:00-19:00 daily
  • 1 November - 31 March: 7:00-17:00 daily
  • July and August: 7:00-20:00 daily


Address: Ižanska cesta 15, 1000 Ljubljana
Telephone: +386 (0)1 427 12 80