The public garden of Bayeux is a landscaped park covering 2.6 hectares, created in 1859 by Eugène Bühler. Among its 400 tree species, the 'weeping beech' is undoubtedly the most spectacular;
The botanical garden in Bayeux is a 2.6-hectare landscaped park created in 1859 by the Bülher brothers. Among the 400 trees to which it is home, the most spectacular is unquestionably a ‘weeping beech’, listed as a natural monument since 1932 and certified as a ‘Remarkable tree of France’ since 2000. An integral part of Bayeux’s heritage, a ‘discovery trail’ comprised of information terminals offers you all the keys you need to discover the garden and its main species, at your own pace, over an unaccompanied visit.
With the family : yes
Pets allowed : no