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.
Age : 6-12 years
With the family : yes
Pets allowed : no