Address: Bicton East, Budleigh Salterton EX9 7BJ, Devon
Opening Hours: Current opening times are 10:00 am – 4:00 pm (Mon-Sun)
Entry Fees: Ticket Prices
Bank Holidays: Open, but advise to call for further information
Telephone: +44 (0)1395 568465
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes (some steep slopes though)
Suitable For Children: Yes (all ages)
Cafes & Restaurants:
Toilets and Facilities – Yes
Pets: Dogs are allowed in the gardens, but not the restaurants. Dogs must be kept on a short leash – Cost £1 per dog.
Car Parking: Yes
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Bicton Park Botanical Gardens

Bicton Park Botanical Gardens is a renowned horticultural paradise located in East Devon, England near the city of Exeter. Spanning over 64 acres, the gardens offer a diverse collection of plants from around the world, including rare and exotic species.

Visitors can explore the 18,000 glass pane Palm House, which hosts many palms as well as the Tropical House, Arid House, and Temperate House. Also, various themed gardens, such as the Rose Garden, Mediterranean Garden, the American Garden, and the tranquil water garden, provide a captivating experience for nature enthusiasts and botany lovers.

The history of Bicton Park Botanical Gardens dates back to the early 18th century when the park was established as part of the Bicton Estate. Over the years, it has evolved into a popular attraction, attracting visitors with its stunning landscapes, historic glasshouses, and educational exhibits.

Additionally, the gardens host special events, workshops, and guided tours, making it an ideal destination for families, garden enthusiasts, and individuals seeking a peaceful retreat amid natural beauty.