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Jardin Botanico

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Jardin Botanico

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Calle Mariscal Cruz near Av. La Reforma Zona 10, Guatemala City Guatemala
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barbara b wrote a review Dec 2019
East Midlands, United Kingdom27 contributions5 helpful votes
There is a notice saying that the gardens are closed from 8th December 2019 until further notice. It would be good if they (and Tripadvisor) updated their online information.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Mari P wrote a review Aug 2019
42 contributions6 helpful votes
The botanical garden is small but well stocked with many many different plants. Did not give it 5 stars because the museum is not very nice. However, the gardens themselves are worth a visit and it's a lovely respite from the city.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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skodemiami wrote a review Mar 2018
Cartagena, Colombia95 contributions13 helpful votes
The garden is well-kept and has a few specimen trees and plants. There is no guide and several of the plants are not labeled. Upon arriving the gate was closed to the parking lot. I had to get someone to open it then they had to call another person to sign me in and take the money. There is a museum at the same location. It has a few interesting things to see.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Mike J wrote a review Feb 2018
Portland, Oregon52 contributions9 helpful votes
The garden was not in bloom. It is very nicely maintained and would be nice at the time of flowers. The other part of the exhibits of minerals, animals, insects, and fungus is more in a second grade field trip. It is inexpensive
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Date of experience: February 2018
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kontiki7 wrote a review Feb 2018
Miami, Florida78 contributions50 helpful votes
I love botanical gardens, so I am already biased. What Guatemala’s Jardin Botanico lacks in diversity, it does compensate in charm. I suggest you avoid their “museum” altogether, which is completely unremarkable (and, to be honest, a bad joke of what a museum should be), and instead go straight to the garden. Most plants are not identified, and I would have loved to see more diversity. A nice place to spend a couple of hours or even a romantic morning or afternoon. Make sure you pay a visit to their amazing, big, century-old euforbia. Too bad their hours are pretty restricted, as they close at 4 pm.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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