Museums / Botanical Museum Garden
This museum garden covers an area of more than 12 hectares, and holds more than 1800 rare and unique plant species planted in different periods, the most prominent of which are the Kashif pines, first taken to Iran by Kashif al-Saltanah in the Qajar period. This species of pines was first planted in the Marble Mansion in 1933. Other special plant species include araucaria, magnolia trees that bloom in winter and summer unique in their kind. There are three types of plants in this unique collection: citrus (different species of orange, tangerine and sour orange trees), flowers and ornamental plants (wintersweet, Japanese quince, magnolia, cockspur coral tree, different species of pine and cypress, bay laurel, etc.) and fruit trees (kiwi, avocado, fig, etc.). The botanical collection has two major sections called “the bamboo garden” and the “bovarian lagoon”.
First half of the year, every day from 8:30 to 20:30 except Saturdays, Second half of the year, every day from 8:30 to 17:00 except Saturdays (in Nowruz holidays, March 22-April 1, 9:00-18:00)
+98 – 11 – 55225374-5
Next to Ramsar Hotel, Shahid Rejaee Street, Ramsar City, Mazandaran Province, Iran