Just a Question
Have you ever visited Botanical Garden? Yes, for sure. Probably in spring when everything blooms and smells. Or in autumn when golden leaves are falling down. But anyway you’ve never seen botanical garden at night! This summer you have a chance to experience the most romantic and magical nature show in Berlin – Night at Botanical Garden. 21-22 July 2017 Botanical Garden Berlin invites everyone, no matter if you like botanic or not. It will be something really new and exciting!
Flowers, Mythical Creatures and Fireworks
For one night 16 kilometer long path along the Botanical Garden in Zehlendorf will be illuminated and full of attractions. Night and light turn one of the world’s most famous botanical gardens into a romantic and magical place: mythical creatures will appear in between flowers in several themed gardens and at the end of the night firework above the Italian garden will paint flowers in the sky. It’s really worth to see it!
Except of Lights
And flowers all guests of the Botanical night can enjoy the fantastic cultural program. Guided tours through the garden, theatre, dance performances, cabaret, and goodies – this night you won’t forget! The Botanical night starts at 17.00 and lasts until 02:00 in the morning. If you are really interested in botanic, you are welcome to visit Botanical Garden Berlin-Dahlem during the daylight hours. Here you can see about 22,000 different plants from all over the world.
Night in Berlin
If you are going to spend a Night in Botanical garden does it mean that you don’t need a hotel? Absolutely not! After the magical and unusual night you specially need a god rest in quiet atmosphere. And better if you find hotel not far from Botanical garden – at 02:00 in the morning it’s not a big pleasure to get somewhere far. Welcome to our hotel pension Classic. It is situated at the Wittenbergplatz, from here you can reach the Botanical garden Berlin in just 15 minutes by car. Well and other attractions are also nearby.
We are glad to see you in our hotel pension Classic!
- botanische nacht 2017: AmberAvalona