This extensive complex is home to more than 10,000 species of plants. It invites visitors to take walks that combine relaxation with opportunities to learn something about the world of plants and flowers. As you walk between the exotic plants in the tropical greenhouses and the Palm House, you’ll feel you’re in the midst of a rain forest.
The Flora in Cologne — the historic building at the heart of this symmetrically designed garden complex — was reopened in 2014 after a three-year renovation period. The events staged in this elegant setting range from conferences, concerts and social gatherings to weddings and gala celebrations.
- General Information
- Parking Available
- Bus stop available
- for Groups
- for Class
- for families
- for individual guests
- Suitable for the Elderly
- Suitable for Pushchair
- Payment Options
- Entrance Free
- Price info The entrance is free.
- Directions By bus and train:
Tram line 18, stop Zoo/Flora
tram line 16, stop "Kinderkrankenhaus
Bus 140, bus stop Zoo/Flora
- More info Dogs are not allowed in the Flora and Botanical Gardens. There is also a ban on picnics and cycling. Film and photo work as well as events require permission.
The entrance area is fully accessible for wheelchair users. Access at ground level is limited to a maximum of 3 centimetres, or a maximum gradient of 6 per cent over a ramp. The door width is greater than 90 centimetres.
The paths in the Flora are easy to negotiate with a wheelchair, except for a hill with alpine mountain flora. In addition, there are gradients of more than 8 percent in a greenhouse.