Inverness Botanic Gardens
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Small botanic garden, very nice if you combine with a walk along the river and Ness island
About half a mile from the flat, wander round the hot houses and outdoor gardens, buy plants and stop for a cup pack and cake in this hidden gem.
The botanical gardens are a good half day out. The tropical house and desert house are heated and full of exotic plants. The botanical gardens rely on donations and have a small cafe where you can get a bite to eat.
Beautiful formal gardens, ponds, tropical house, cactus house, wild flower meadow and much more. The Botanical Gardens is like an green emerald in the heart of the city. Cafe and even better, free entry!
Inverness Botanical Gardens, Nursery & Secret Garden can be found beside Inverness Leisure Centre at Bught Park. It offers a tranquil break from the hustle and bustle of city life. It houses beautiful formal gardens, ponds, tropical house, cactus house and wild flower meadow. Secret Garden through…
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