UNAM Botanical Garden

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UNAM Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden of the Institute of Biology of the UNAM (Spanish: Jardín botánico UNAM) is the second oldest botanical garden in Mexico. It preserves number of specimens, of which some are in danger of extinction. The collection includes more than 1600 species of plants that grow in Mexican forests, deserts and jungles. The Botanical Garden features a small rainforest (known also as the Faustino Miranda Greenhouse), which contains 300 species including coffee and cacao trees, bromeliads, orchids and many others.

In March and October, the Garden organizes a series of chamber music concerts. Guided tours are available with a prior reservation.


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Tercer Circuito exterior, S/N Ciudad Universitaria Coyoacán
04510 Mexico City, Mexico
+52 (55) 5622 9047 and +52 (55) 5622 9063

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