The Botanical Garden of the University of Warsaw (UW) was reopened to Warsaw residents on May 11. Visitors can admire blooming lilacs, azaleas, daphne laurel, gold rains and anemones.
Due to special circumstances, the green enclave of the University of Warsaw is returning to work in a changed mode. The garden will be open from Monday to Friday from 12.00-18.00, and on weekends from 10.00-18.00. Only the park will be available to visitors, greenhouses will remain closed until further notice. Due to the guidelines for maintaining a safe distance between visitors, a limit of 200 entries per hour has been set in the garden.
The University of Warsaw Botanical Garden is located at Al. Ujazdowskie 4 in Warsaw. It was founded in 1818 in the area formerly owned by the Royal Łazienki Park and is one of the oldest parks of this type in Poland. On over 5 hectares of area, visitors can see over 5,000 plant species, including tropical, useful or medicinal plants.