Frankfurt’s public gardens offer an impressive degree of diversity: Asian, like the Chinese Garden, Southern European, like the “Nizza” on the Main riverbank or in baroque style like the Bolongaro garden. Nature enthusiasts or people who enjoy walking can discover the biodiversity of domestic plants in the Botanical Garden, and flora from all over the world in the Palm Garden.

Make a journey of discovery. With the exception of the Palm Garden, all of these facilities are free of charge.

Rhododendron im Botanischen Garten © Klaus Lorbach

Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden is a green treasure and offers fascinating insights into the diversity of domestic flora.

Bethmannpark mit dem 'Chinesischen Garten', © PIA Stadt Frankfurt am Main, Fotograf: Michael Glowalla

Chinese Garden

A hint of Asia in the middle of the city – this is what the Chinese Garden offers on its 4,000 square metres. Here, visitors can see pavilions, a marble bridge and even a waterfall.

Koreanischer Garten im Grüneburgpark © Stadt Frankfurt am Main, Grünflächenamt

Korean Garden

This magnificent specimen of Korean horticulture is located in the Grüneburg Park and was a gift from the Republic of Korea, which was the guest of honour at the 2005 Book Fair.

Der Bolongaropalast in Höchst, © PIA Stadt Frankfurt am Main


Frankfurt’s only still-existing baroque public garden is located in Höchst. From here, visitors can enjoy a beautiful view of the confluence of the Main and the Nidda.

Nizza © Stadt Frankfurt am Main, Grünflächenamt


Visitors to the northern bank of the Main river experience a Mediterranean flair. In this park, southern European plants create the impression that you are on the Côte d’Azur.