Welcome to the Oulu Botanical Garden!
The Botanical Garden of the University of Oulu is one of the northernmost scientific gardens in the world.
Botanical Garden collection of plants is maintained for teaching and research purposes and it is open to the public.
Collections include more than 4,000 different plant species and provide an overview of global vegetation diversity. Botanical Garden is also a testing and experimental area for many new and rare plants.
The landmark of the Oulu Botanical Garden are the pyramid-shaped greenhouses Romeo and Julia where about 1,200 exotic plant species are presented. Science Garden of the University of Oulu is also located here.
The Botanical Garden can be found in the northern corner of the Linnanmaa campus area, near lake Kuivasjärvi. Street address is Kaitoväylä 5.
Routes and timetables for buses coming to Linnanmaa can be found from the City of Oulu public transport website.
From the motorway (E4) from ramp no. 12 direction Teknologiakylä (Technology Village) and Yliopisto (University). See map.
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The University of Oulu Science Garden will open in autumn 2020.