A Grade II* registered heritage landscape, the Cambridge University Botanic Garden features plants from all over the world spread across 40 acres of gardens and glasshouses. The botanic garden is custodian of no fewer than nine National Plant Collections ranging from springtime treasures like tulips, to unusual shrubs like Shrubby Lonicera. The Glasshouse Range is awash with year-round interest from the daintiest alpine, to exotic tropical climbers. With seasonal trails to blaze and a rich variety of wildlife to discover, plus a garden cafe and shop, Cambridge University Botanic Garden provides a great day out.

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