Jurassica Museum

Botanical garden

One of the main missions of the JURASSICA Botanical garden is the conservation of plant species. With more than 3,000 inventoried taxa on site, the garden is involved in the preservation of both rare and more common species, helping to raise public awareness about the importance of the plant world to our environment.

Botanical garden

The garden is home to several collections in the grounds of the Jesuit church and the greenhouses, many of which were private donations. These include 180 varieties of hybrid irises, along with a small number of wild species, which bloom in the Systematic garden in late May and early June, a wide range of cacti in the Succulents greenhouse, a vast collection of Tillandsia, more than 400 orchids and a fascinating collection of carnivorous plants.


An insight into the plant world

Orchid and bromeliad greenhouse

Tropical greenhouses

Greenhouse of succulent plants

Carnivorous plant and fern greenhouse

Mediterranean greenhouse


Park of the Botanical garden

Museum grounds


Jura Flora


As unique records of the flora of past centuries, herbarium collections are invaluable resources for research in botany, ecology and natural history. For example, these days herbaria are used by research scientists to illustrate and understand variations in biodiversity and the impact of climate change on these variations.



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