Jardin des Plantes
One of the oldest botanical gardens in France, designed in the 18th century by a cleric and keen gardener. Awarded the "Jardin Remarquable" label in 2013. This veritable plant laboratory is much loved by the people of Amiens who can enjoy a pleasant walk here, close to the town centre. Free admissio
A public garden with 18th century boxwood. Municipal greenhouses. Botanical collections on the theme "plant gardens, customs and men".
Accessible to the disabled.
After the Alpine rock garden, learn about the evolution of plants with the systematic collection - food plants, medicinal herbs, plants used in different ways in industry. Educational beehive, focus on the Fabaceae (legume, pea or bean) family. Book exchange box also available. A great place for a walk, for discovery and/or improving one's knowledge (each plant is labelled). Relaxing, educational and good for exchanging ideas. Classed as a 'Jardin Remarquable' since 2013.
A destination for everyone
• Les serres ne sont pas accessibles en fauteuil, seules les allées principales du jardin le sont.
• Une application de visite guidée sur smartphone (Izi Travel), élaborée en concertation avec les associations concernées a été réalisée.
• Pas de toilettes publiques dans le jardin ni à proximité.
• Possibilité de stationner une voiture dans l’enceinte du parc pour les PMR.
• Présence de ruches.
- Not accessible to people with wheelchair
- Accessible to people with hearing disabilities
- Accessible to people using a cane
- Accessible to people with visual disabilities
- Accessible to people with mental disabilities
The pro’s view :-)
Come and explore the botanical collections throughout the seasons - they are based on the following theme: "Plants, Uses, Men". Enjoy a relaxing tour of this formal French garden typical of the 18th century.
Free individual tours
Guided individual tours
Average visit duration
Languages of the visit
Audio guide languages
- Waymarked circuit / Signposting
Things to do
- Specific theme activities
- Junior workshop
- Specialist conferences
- Temporary exhibitions