This incredible park offers the magic of local and exotic plants in a jumble of scents and colours.
Children will discover a dinosaur garden, a suspension bridge and Robinson’s labyrinth.
There are 24 gardens covering 25 hectares, including the Garden of 1001 Nights, the Garden of Knossos, the Prehistoric Garden, the Sunset Garden and the Garden of Modern Roses. Alleys of roses, water lines, rare species… everything is adapted to the Breton climate.
The castle, built between 1826 and 1850 in a neo-classical style, is also very pleasant. You can enjoy the tea room and its terrace from April to September.
he park even has a garden centre where you can buy plants, flowers and unusual species.
A shop/bookshop also offers a wide range of handicrafts and souvenirs on the theme of nature, botany and gardening.
► Before each visit to the park, remember to download the free “Hortus Botanica” application, which lists and geolocates nearly 4,000 species of flowers (such as the 550 species of camellias!) and plants present in the park.
Extract from the “Petit Futé 2022”.
1 March to 15 November
– July and August and every Sunday and public holiday from April to the end of September: from 10:30 am to 6:30 pm.
– April, May, June and September: from 11am to 6pm.
– March, October and November: from 2pm to 5.30pm.
– Annual closure from 16 November to 28 February (except for the garden centre which is open all year round).
adults: 8.90 to 10.90 euros depending on the season
5-12 years: 6.90 or 7.90 euros depending on the season
13-18 years: 7.90 or 8.90 euros depending on the season
family (parents + minor or dependent children) : 29,00 euros
schoolchildren: 5,00 euros
adult subscribers: 26 euros
child subscribers: 13 euros
guided tour: 12.50 euros (minimum 20 people)
Type(s) of visit
Length of visit
03h00 (minimum 2h00)