Botanical garden and other discoveries

 

 


 

Listed in the inventory of historical monuments, the Bayeux Botanical Garden is one of the most beautiful landscaped parks of the 19th century in Normandy. Created in 1859, this 2.6-hectare public garden is the work of the Bühler brothers, creators of the Parc de la Tête d'Or in Lyon and the Thabor in Rennes. The most spectacular element of this garden is a "weeping beech", classified as a natural monument since 1932 and labelled "remarkable tree of France" since 2000. A discovery tour, consisting of 17 information terminals, invites you to discover at your own walking pace, the botanical riches of the garden as well as historical anecdotes about the city.

Botanical Garden

55 Port-en-Bessin Road

14400 Bayeux

 

April 1st to September 30st : 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.               October 1st to 31st : 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

November 1st to February 28 th : 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.         March 1st to 31st : 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

In the aftermath, you can stroll along the banks of the Aure. Reserved for pedestrians and cyclists, this route invites you to walk, go for a walk or just a relaxing moment by the river. From the Sensitive Natural Area to Vaux-sur-Aure, this walk stretches for 4 km, crossing Bayeux from south to north. Views of the city's cathedral and monuments, as well as mills and washhouses, give you an original discovery of the city and its heritage. This walk punctuated with green spaces also has rest areas and play areas for children.