Address Explorers Garden, Port-Na-Craig Pitlochry, Perthshire PH16 5DR, Scotland, UK
Telephone: 01796 484600
The Explorers Garden tells the stories of some of the men who risked their lives travelling the globe to find new plants and trees for cultivation, commerce and conservation. The Garden is separated into glades, representing the areas of the world from where plants originated; so one minute you can be strolling through the North American glade, the next you’re trekking through Nepal. Sculptures, artworks, specially commissioned buildings and stunning views appear around every corner.
Our wonderful six acre woodland Garden attracts thousands of visitors each year: make 2011 the year that you discover the stories (and the plants!) of the great Scottish Plant Hunters.
With the Garden divided into different parts of the world, you’ll traverse the globe in a single morning or afternoon, taking in beautiful views, art, architecture, wildlife, and unusual plants along the way!
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