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Overlooking Lake Geneva is the city’s Botanical Gardens and Conservatory – a natural oasis you won’t want to leave. This garden was established in 1904 in its present day location and was designed as a natural refuge for the preservation and advancement of horticulture.

Take a stroll around the park and take in the fresh mountain air. See the gardens, waterfalls, tropical greenhouses and garden of scent and touch which was designed for blind visitors. This garden is full of treasures with 16,000 plant species from six continents.

Designed to enable adults and children to interact with nature, this garden has lots to see. Some of the most popular features are the aviary, exotic plants in the greenhouses and the deer enclosure.

Geneva Travel Guide

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