The botanic garden in Bayeux is a 2.6 hectare landscaped park created in 1859 by the Bülher brothers. Among its 400 trees, the most spectacular is a ‘weeping beech’, a listed historic monument since 1932 and certified a ‘Remarkable Tree of France’ in 2000. An integral part of Bayeux’s fine heritage, a ‘discovery’ trail comprised of information terminals offers visitors the keys to help them understand the garden and its main species, at their own pace.
Telephone : 02 31 10 10 14
OT Bayeux Intercom