Enjoy the fauna and flora of tropical forests, subalpine territories, and sweltering deserts within the New Botanical Garden’s 55 acres. The garden a graceful transition from the adjacent Nymphenburg Castle. Here, around 14,000 plant species are collected from around the world, including tropical and subtropical greenery in the famous Palmenhaus (Palm Pavilion), cacti, orchids, and carnivorous plants. With these rare plants and their collective pollinators, you can imagine how the New Botanical Garden of Munich is considered one of the most important botanical gardens in the world for research and touring.
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