One of Hannovers major attractions is the Herrenhausen Gardens at the Herrenhausen Palace, which are a collection of gardens in the German city. There are four gardens which represent the Kings of Hannover, the Great Garden, the Berggarten, the Georgengarten and the Welfengarten. The gardens make up a beautiful spot in the city where nature thrives. The Great Garden is seen as one of the most distinguished baroque gardens in Europe, the other gardens are of a high standard too and make for a peaceful picturesque stroll.
The gardens are situated in the Herrenhausen area of Hannover. If travelling by car, parking in the area is limited to street parking. If using public transport, travel on the underground system, take the 4 or 5 lines to ‘Herrenhauser Garten’. If travelling by bus, the 136 bus stops close by.
Opening Times and Admission
The gardens are open daily, 9am-6pm. Admission prices are different depending on what time of year you visit the gardens. If visiting the gardens between March and October, admission for adults will cost 8 euros with concession prices also available. If visiting between November and February, admission for adults is 6 euros with concession prices also available. Tickets give you access to the gardens and the palace museum.