Logan Botanic Garden Dumfries and Galloway

The Garden

Logan has long had a reputation for being a plantsman’s paradise and is widely known as Scotland’s most exotic garden.

Its 10 hectares house a collection of tender plants mainly focussed on the Southern Hemisphere and include Australasia, South Africa, South America and the Atlantic Islands. Logan’s benign, mild climate allows plants that are normally grown under glass in the UK to thrive outdoors.

The garden is constantly developing and expanding – the recent addition of the Logan Conservatory is a real asset and allows us to offer visitors another interesting dimension.

Logan also hosts a wide range of events and activities, ranging from jazz and opera nights to children’s activities and regular guided walks.  We look forward to welcoming you to discover the outstanding wonder that is Logan Botanic Garden.

The Silent Space

Logan Botanic Garden is the first garden in Dumfries and Galloway to join Silent Space – encouraging visitors to sit for a while, take in the exotic views, delight in the aromatic smells and listen to nature in our Silent Space.

Located in the Tasmanian Creek, this secluded setting can allow for peaceful reflection and tranquility.

We are delighted to be part of this initiative and hope that many of our visitors will embrace Silent Space.

For opening times and admission prices please visit the garden's website.