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Frankfurter Palmengarten draws positive balance for 2023

05.02.2024 | 18:13 Clock | Favorite places
Frankfurter Palmengarten draws positive balance for 2023

As a green oasis in the heart of the city, the Palmengarten remains one of Frankfurt's most popular facilities for young and old. With its variety of plants and extensive educational and cultural offerings, the garden once again attracted over 620,000 people last year.

Among the highlights of the program were the Rose and Late Summer Festivals and the orchid exhibition that opened at the end of September. The Green Exchange with more than 10,000 visitors, the 45 concerts during the music season and the Winter Lights, which were attended by more than 84,000 people, also proved to be crowd-pullers. The Green School activities had more than 10,000 participants in 2023, and five flowering specimens of the Titanenwurz also met with lively interest.

Under the title "The Garden in Figures", these and other interesting facts about the Palmengarten are now permanently available on and can be found there under the menu item "About us". Anyone browsing the website will now also find all the important information about the Botanic Garden, which previously had its own website, prominently displayed. "By merging the previously separate pages, our website now reflects what has been true in everyday garden life since 2012: the Palmengarten and the Botanical Garden belong together," says Palmengarten Director Katja Heubach.

Visitors to both gardens can once again expect a varied program in 2024, which can be found in the joint calendar of events on the website. On Sunday, February 25, for example, the Botanic Garden will be hosting a guided tour to mark the opening of the garden season, while preparations are already underway at the Palmengarten for the major art exhibition "Playful? Roulette mit der Insekten- und Pflanzenwelt", which will be on display from mid-July.

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