Since Monday, 4 May 2020, Weihenstephan Gardens have once again been welcoming visitors. Due to the risk currently posed by the coronavirus, you must please observe the following rules when visiting:
This is for your own protection as well as that of others.
Originally connected to the Courtyard Garden, the area of the Oberdieck Garden was separated from it when the imposing Löwentor building was constructed in 1925. The original plans for the garden, which was named after the pomologist Oberdieck, were drawn up by Carl Wilczek. His idea of creating an architectural garden divided into terraces and quadrangles is still in evidence today. The terraces in the garden are home to a diverse range of plants. You can look forward to:
If you pay attention as you walk through the garden, you can sense the vibrancy of the scenery imbued by the many different shades of green and contrasting shapes and sizes of the shrubs used. Highlights of the year in the garden include the abundance of blossom in spring and summer, as well as the shades of the foliage in autumn.
1 April to 31 October, including Sundays and bank holidays
9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Visiting the gardens is free of charge. Dogs are not allowed in all the Oberdieck Garden!