The Hanbury Botanical Gardens will close to the public starting November 5, 2020

Following the recent DPCM and in order to contribute to the reduction of the spread of SARS-COV-2, agent of COVID-19, from Thursday 5 November 2020 the Hanbury Botanical Gardens will remain temporarily closed to the public until a date to be defined, which will be suitably communicated.

The Hanbury Botanical Gardens are open

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150° Anniversary of the foundation of the Hanbury Botanical Gardens


The events will take place at the Hanbury Botanical Gardens except where indicated otherwise.

150 years after the arrival of Thomas Hanbury, the Hanbury Botanical Gardens continue to live by the planning ideas of its founder and his brother Daniel.

Presentation of the Hanbury Botanic Gardens by the Friends of the Hanbury Gardens at the Istituto Italiano di Cultura of London
Monday the 23rd of May 2016.

Introduced by Marco Delogu and Alain Elkann, President of the Friends of H.B.G.

Sunday May 24 at Expo, on the occasion of the European Day of Parks, the event dedicated to the Protected Areas "Parks of Liguria, Energy for Life"

During the month of March in the Hanbury Botanical Gardens were made endotherapic treatments aimed at controlling the red palm weevil (Rhynchophorus ferrugineus).

Starting from the 9th of March are open the entries for the VII Photo Contest "Obiettivo Hanbury 2015", which will conclude on the 3rd of May 2015.

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During the month of February at the Hanbury Botanical Gardens were carried out a series of endotherapy treatments to fight against the pine processionary (Traumatocampa pityocampa).

Starting from March 16 is on line our new website; a new design and a particular attention to content targeted to the garden visitors and to the sections dedicated to didactics and research.