INFORMATION FOR VISITORS
The safety and well-being of our visitors, volunteers and staff is our highest priority.
We are mindful of concerns surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and are following all state government policy and directives.
We believe that coming to a botanic garden and connecting with nature can have a calming effect in times of difficulty, and we hope the gardens will provide some respite for visitors in these uncertain times.
Dehaies Botanical Gardens will open open on 10/10/2021.
the ticket office is open from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
The garden is closed at 5.30p.m.
If you are feeling unwell, please stay home and do not come to a botanic garden or public space.
Please follow safe practice when at a botanic garden by:
- maintaining a safe distance (at least 1.5 metres) from other visitors.
- cover your mouth and nose with a tissue if you cough or sneeze, and discard used tissues in a bin.
- If you do not have tissue, please cough/sneeze into your elbow.
- Wash your hands with soap and water frequently for at least 20 seconds.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
- Do not gather in groups of more than 6 people.
The snack has now re-opened for trade every day 10am – 5.3pm.
Botanical Gardens Restaurant remains closed until further notice.
The garden’s shop is open.
Payment by contactless CB is preferred.
We have put in place additional cleaning of public toilets and visitor facilities throughout each of the gardens. Toilets will remain open,
The parkings lots of the botanical garden fil upvery quickly every day.. We advise visitors to avoid rush hours :
Botanic Gardens are different from public parks in that they’re living museums, filled with valuable living collections.
Botanic Gardens are also internationally-regarded as places for visitors to seek peace beauty and tranquillity, so activities that impede this (such as the use of drones) are also discouraged. You must not:
- Bring dogs or other pets into the garden
- Throw away the trash
- Picnics are prohibited into the garden
- Prune, cut, damage plants
- Troubling the tranquility of the animals: touching them, throwing projectiles at them, giving them food foreign to the garden
- Cross animal fences
- Bathing in waterfalls and pools
- To be shirtless and in a swimsuit
- Fly drones in or above the garden
- Ride bikes / bicycles, scooters, skateboards or rollerblades
- Bring alcohol into the garden
- Play ball or throwing games
Thank you for contributing to the safety of our community.
More information on COVID-19
If you would like to find out more about COVID-19, please visit www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus or call french Government Department of Health Coronavirus Health Information Line on 0 800 130 000