JURASSIC ENCOUNTERS

Dinosaurs will be roaming The Gardens from 23rd October to 7th November with Jurassic Encounters. To attend The Gardens between these dates please and for more information visit our event page.

There is no parking at the Gardens for the duration of this event for anyone other than blue badge holders. We advise visitors to visit the Gardens by public transport where possible.

Entry to the event will be through the green gate at the bottom of the car park.

During the 23rd October to 7th November, it will be one price for entry to the Gardens and dinosaurs.

Online prices:

Adult – £11.50

Child – £9.50

Concession – £10.50

Group ticket – £9.50

Family – £38

On the door prices:

Adult – £13

Child – £11

Concession – £12

Group ticket – £11

Family – £44

BBG Members – free (please bring along your valid membership card with you)

Please note: any memberships taken out after close of business on Thursday 14th October will not cover entry into Jurassic Encounters 2021. 

GARDENERS WORLD 2 FOR 1 (AND ANY OTHER TYPE OF VOUCHER) AND RECIPROCAL MEMBERSHIPS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FROM 23RD OCTOBER TO 7TH NOVEMBER WHILE WE HAVE THE JURASSIC ENCOUNTER EVENT ON.

 

Visitor Announcements:

We are continuing to make sure our visitors and team feel safe by asking visitors to book tickets online ahead of their visit and ensuring masks are worn in our reception, glasshouses, shop and tearoom by everyone – apart from those who are exempt.

Our Garden Centre and Tea Room are open as normal.

THINGS TO DO IN BIRMINGHAM FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

Being one of Birmingham’s best attractions, The Birmingham Botanical Gardens offers something for everyone, be it one of our four stunning glasshouses showing tropical rainforest to arid desert, playground, tearoom and garden gift shop all surrounded by some of the most beautiful gardens in the UK.

There are four glasshouses which range from our exotic Tropical House through to our Subtropical, Mediterranean and Arid Houses. There is a large lawn in front of the glasshouses with a range of beds and shrubberies around its perimeter. Overall, the character is that of a Victorian public park with a bandstand set in 15 acres (6.1 ha) of landscaped greenery.