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Ventnor Botanic Garden

Undercliff Drive, VENTNOR, PO38 1UL

Due to the unique microclimate of the 'Undercliff', plants that can only survive in a Mediterranean climate thrive on the Isle of Wight. Built on the site of a Victorian hospital for TB sufferers, the garden was founded in 1970 by Sir Harold Hillier, and opened in 1972 by Earl Mountbatten. The garden has plants from Australasia, Africa, America, the Mediterranean, and the Far East, and is a great day out for anyone remotely interested in exotic flora.

Further information

Tel: 01983 855397
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Prices

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Opening times

Open all year, daily 10-dusk
Average visit 3hrs

Facilities

Parking.
Café.

Dogs

Dogs allowed all areas.

Accessibility

Fully accessible. Lifts in visitor centre, wheelchairs, 2 lifts
Toilets.

Ventnor Botanic Garden

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Directions

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On A3055 coastal road, 1.5m W of Ventnor

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