Botanic Garden Rombergpark

Local nameRombergpark / Botanischer Garten
LocationDortmund, Germany

The Botanischer Garten Rombergpark, or informally Rombergpark, is an extensive municipal arboretum and botanical garden located at Am Rombergpark 49b, Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

With its total area of 65 hectares the Rombergpark is one of the largest botanical gardens in the world. It is open daily.

The garden was established in 1822 as the Romberg family's English landscape park. In 1927-1929 it was acquired by the city and under city planning director Richard Nose enhanced by a small herb garden. The park and castle were badly damaged in World War II, but starting in 1950 director Gerd Krüssmann rebuilt it as an arboretum, adding some 4500 species to the park. In 1958 the park's greenhouses were built, and in 1985 a garden of medicinal plants was added.

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Phone +49 231 5024 164

Address Am Rombergpark 49b, 44225 Dortmund, Germany

Coordinates 51°28'44.206" N 7°27'57.283" E

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