Best Virtual Garden Tours in the World

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As spring and summer welcome blue skies and bright days, you may be longing to get outside and enjoy the beauty of nature. When you can’t pack your bags and book a flight, don’t worry…you’ve got options!

One is to enjoy the world’s natural beauty without leaving the comfort of your own home through these virtual garden tours around the world. 

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CONTENTS: In this article, you will learn about beautiful botanical gardens that offer online access, including:

Alnwick Gardens, UK

Look for: Cherry Blossom Live Stream

The Alnwick Gardens in the United Kingdom are home to the world’s largest Taihaku cherry orchard. Fortunately, you can watch a live stream of the gardens right from home. Be sure to check out the live stream of the rose garden as well.

Related: Best Self-Guided Walking Tours in the UK

Atlantico Botanical Garden, Spain

Look for: 360-degree Views/Photos

If you’re dreaming of a trip to sunny Spain, make sure to take a virtual trip to the Atlantico Botanical Gardens. There, you can take a nature walk with their 360-degree view photo gallery of the grounds.

Related: 27 Top Tips for Visiting Spain

Claude Monet Garden, Giverny, France

Look for: Photo Gallery 

Some of Claude Monet’s most famous works of art depict the beautiful gardens of Giverny, France. The Claude Monet Garden website shares a collection of beautiful photos of the grounds that you may even mistake for a piece of art!

Filoli Gardens, San Mateo California

Look for: Videos

The Filoli Gardens have kindly brought the blooming gardens to our screens with bright photos and videos that make you feel as if you’re walking through the gardens yourself! You can even download a selection of high-quality images of the gardens to use as desktop backgrounds, so you can enjoy the beauty of the gardens wherever you go.

In fact, California being where and what it is, you might even be inspired to rent palm trees to give your own garden that exotic, sunny, luxury look. 

Related: Visit the spectacular botanical gardens at The Huntington (Pasadina, CA)

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

Look for: Videos, Digital Exhibitions, e-Books 

Gardens by the Bay in Singapore has created a series called “#StayhomewithGB” that features a collection of videos, articles, crafts and workshops to keep you connected with nature from inside your home.

The garden’s website also features a digital photo exhibition highlighting photos submitted by past visitors from around the world.

Keukenhof, Netherlands/Holland 

Look for: Videos/Photos

When the Keukenhof in Holland is physically closed, they offer a variety of vibrant photos, videos and 360 degree tours. This features more tulips than you could dream of.

It’s the perfect way to experience the beauty of Holland from the comfort of your own home.

Related: Learn more about exploring Geithoorn, Netherlands here.

Kew Gardens – London, England

Look for: Videos

Kew Gardens offers over a dozen different videos and virtual tours for its unique and beautiful gardens. Virtually walk through various scenes from the Rock Garden to the Tropical Palm House.

Alternatively, learn all about how you can experience ten different climates in the Princess of Wales Conservatory.

Related: Be sure to bring these essentials on your UK Driving tour.

The Royal Botanical Gardens – Edinburgh, Scotland

Look for: Videos

The Royal Botanic Garden of Edinburgh is offering a ‘virtual spring’ experience with various videos of its charming gardens. Set to calming melodies, these videos will bring a sense of serenity to your day. So, take a deep breath and stop to smell the virtual roses!

United States Botanic Garden, Washington D.C., USA

Look for: 360-degree Tours, Google Maps, Videos

Washington D.C. is often recognized for its Cherry Blossom Festival, but it’s Botanic Garden is also a sight to see. The United States Botanic Garden is currently offering a virtual 360-degree tour of the grounds, That way, you can explore from the comfort of your own home.

Final Thoughts on Virtual Garden Tours

If you’re dreaming of strolling through fields of bright tulips or wandering among walls of fragrant roses within a beautiful botanical garden, we hope these virtual garden tours will hold you over until you can visit in person.

Related: Learn the 3 Top Benefits of Virtual Travel

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