Open every day 8am - sunset
The Gibraltar Botanic Gardens lie at the foot of the Rock of Gibraltar, which is situated at the western end of the Mediterranean and the southern tip of Iberia. The gardens are located directly south of the town centre, just beyond the 16th Century defensive walls and Trafalgar Cemetery.
Disabled access is along Red Sands Road. Please note that the garden is on a slope and some of the paths are steep.
Our glasshouse ‘Bicentenary House’, is open to the public Thursdays 10am-12pm, or by appointment for groups.
Nested in the Gibraltar Botanic Gardens is the very attractive Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park, a collection of exotic and native animals kept for conversation and rescue purposes.
Opening hours are 10am to 4.45pm, Monday to Sunday (last entrance 4.30pm).