The Botanical Garden of Rio de Janeiro is considered one of the most important and richest of the world.
Exceptionally, the Botanical Garden of Rio de Janeiro WILL NOT TO OPEN on August 6 and 7, because of the Olympic competitions that will take place in the surroundings.
Founded in 1808 by D. João VI, the Botanical Garden is an important touristic side of the city and so much visited by researchers who study the hundreds species that are there. With total area of 137 hectares, being 54 of acreage, the Botanical Garden houses rare collections of bromeliads and orchids, as well as old trees and exotic plants.
The Garden also has constructions in the beginning of the century XVI, saving a rich historical and cultural heritage. Between the monuments, we highlight the Eco and Narciso de mestre Valentim statues, the portal of the Academy of Fine Arts, projected by Grandjean de Montigny, and the Japonese Garden, created in 1935, from the donation of 65 species of tipical Japanese plants. The Park also is an excellent place to observe the birds, because there are more than hundred different species in the crowns and trunks of their trees
The Environment museum and Espaço Tom Jobim, stages, expositions and important cultural events of the city, also have the Botanical garden attractions.
Mondays: from 12pm to 7pm
From Tuesday to Sunday: from 8 am to 5 pm.
R$ 10,00 – Only by cash
For free for:
• Kids until 7 years old
• Adults over 60 years old, Brazilians or other nationalities that make part of Mercosul;
• Public students and teachers in school visits.
– Jardim Botânico Street, 1008 –
– Rua Jardim Botânico, 1008 – bike racks and exclusive parking (4 vacancies) for people with a com severe impaired mobility (vehicles indicating deficiency) permitted entry for cars to board and disembark of people with limited mobility (deficient, pregnant or seniors)
– Pacheco Leão street, 101 – only pedestrians
– There’s no parking in the Botanical Garden;