Jardin des plantes

The Jardin des Plantes has been an institution in Paris for several centuries. Created in 1635 by Louis XIII, this large walled garden is a paradise for nature lovers and anyone with an interest in botany or natural sciences.
As well as being home to some 15,000 plants of 8,500 different species, the Jardin des Plantes also houses the Natural History Museum, and a small menagerie.
Enjoy a moment of complete tranquillity as you stroll among the flowers, visit the museum's galleries and the tropical greenhouses, or meet the animals who live in the garden.

Jardin des plantesspecial selection of our hotels

  • From 98 Timhotel Paris Gare de Lyon

    In a very quiet street, few steps from the Gare de Lyon Station.

    The Gare de Lyon links to Paris all the major cities of the southeast of France. At 10 minutes on foot, the gare d'Austerlitz irrigates the southwest and Spain. And right next to it, the gare of Bercy serves the Burgundy region, Italy and the...

    In front of the famous street of Crémieux

  • From 105 Timhotel Odessa Montparnasse

    Great location in the lively district of Montparnasse

    Timhotel Odessa Montparnasse is located on the Odessa street in the Montparnasse district of the 14th arrondissement of Paris. A street where Breton creperies compete, and where business and art of living are one!   This particularly...

    In the heart of theaters, shops and restaurants

  • From 105 Timhotel Tour Montparnasse

    An exclusive address in the lively theaters district of Montparnasse

    An emblematic district of Paris, Montparnasse happily combines communication, business and art of living. A symbol of the Parisian art of living, this mythical place offers shops, shows and restaurants. On Rue de la Gaîté, the...

    Art Deco building close to the Montparnasse Tower