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Royal Botanical Gardens

Plains Rd W
Hamilton, ON  L7T 4H4

(905) 527-4714

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April 21, 2019

The Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington, Ontario is the perfect place for families looking for a way to spend a day together experiencing the beauty and majesty of nature.

Boasting 1,100 hectares of gardens and nature reserves, as well as more than 27 km of nature trails, there is always something magical going on at the gardens.

The Royal Botanical Gardens offer a wide array of events,... more

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May 31, 2014

Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) is the largest botanical garden in Canada, a National Historic Site, and registered charitable organization with a mandate to bring together people, plants and nature.
Royal Botanical Gardens is located at the western tip of Lake Ontario. Four distinct formal gardens are contained with 1100 hectares of nature reserve, nestled into the slopes of the Niagara... more

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4 star rating
December 14, 2011

Situated just north of the city, the Royal Botanical Gardens spreads over 1,214 glorious hectares (2,999 acres). The Rock Garden features spring bulbs in May, summer flowers in June to September, and chrysanthemums in October. The Laking Garden blazes during June and July with irises, peonies, and lilies. The arboretum fills with the heady scent of lilac from the end of May to early June, and... more

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Mothers day
May 27, 2014

there are many different trails to walk , and also wonderful gardens, plus the not sure of name. but it is the main building which has gardens, banquet facilites , resturarnat and boutique. we did done of the walking trails took our lunch we did find and perhaps would be difficult but no bins to throw any garbage in.

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Some of the best horticulture in the world
May 26, 2014

If you love flowers and horticulture you will love the Royal. They have some of the best floral displays in the world. I can hardly wait until the summer when all is in bloom

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Burlington's Best
May 25, 2014

A good way to explore nature.It's huge place to be in. you can spend hole day if you want to.Explore and enjoy the many historical plant collections, the Mediterranean Greenhouse
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June 11, 2014

Covering more than 2,700 acres, this is Canada’s largest botanical gardens, with a six-acre Rock Garden, world-renowned cherry blossom and lilac collections, Centennial Rose Garden, and a celebrated iris collection. Adults $10, seniors/students (age 13-18) $8, children (age 5-12) $3, children age 5 and under free. Open 10 a.m. to dusk.

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November 05, 2013

With the world’s largest lilac collection and a rare Carolinian forest, the Royal Botanical Gardens receives international praise and admiration. The landscape, framed by the Niagara Escarpment and Lake Ontario, is the perfect backdrop for flowering plants, hedges, roses and magnolias.

Enclosed in the garden’s 2,700 acres is a thriving wetland and intricate ecosystem that includes deer,... more

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August 14, 2013

Royal Botanical Gardens offers these services: tourism, touristic.

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