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Logan Botanic Garden
Port Logan
Dumfries and Galloway

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At the south western tip of Scotland lies Logan, unrivalled as the country's most exotic Garden. With a mild climate thanks to the influence of the Gulf Stream, a remarkable collection of bizarre and beautiful plants, especially from the southern hemisphere, flourish out of doors.

Enjoy the colourful Walled Garden with its tree ferns, palms and borders and the contrasting Woodland Garden with its unworldly Gunnera Bog. Explore the Discovery Centre or take a self-guided tour to learn more about this fabulous Garden. Be sure to sample delicious home baking at the Salad Bar and the appealing crafts, gifts and plants at The Botanics Shop.


Tourist Info Number: 0871 716 2679
Months Open: Open daily from 1 Mar - 31 Oct 10am - 6pm (except March & Oct 5pm)
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Admission Price: Adult: 3; Child: 1 (conc 2.50; family 7)
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Salad Bar serving a good selection of hot and cold refreshments and food

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