Apr-Sep: 9am-8pm; Oct: 9am-7pm; rest of year: 9am-5pm
The Botanical Gardens of Bayeux, laid out in the Second Empire by the famous landscape artist Eugène Bühler, are set in a pleasant hilly site, home to a weeping beech tree whose incredible dimensions (40m/130ft in diameter) have earned it a place on the "Natural Monuments of France" list. Flowerbeds, a water feature and greenhouses.
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