Opening hours and prices
– May-June: every day from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. (closed on Mondays)
– July-August: every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (open on Mondays from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.)
– September: every day from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. (closed on Mondays)
– October : wednesday, saturday and sunday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
– Last entry one hour prior to closing
*Open on Whit Monday
* Children (12-18 years old), students, job seekers, visitors with disabilities, Cézam card, groups (over 15 visitors)
Chemillé-en-Anjou pass (this pass if free of charge for local residents upon presentation of a proof of address).
10€ pass (for non-local residents)
These 2 passes will grant you the following:
free access to the park for a self-guided visit / guided tours for €1 instead of €7
When coming from the motorway A87, take exit n°25 (Chemillé). Then it’s only a five-minute drive to the garden, which is located near the Town Hall and the Tourist Office.
Anjou Bus Network
Route #7: Angers/Cholet
“Chemillé” bus stop, just 400 metres from the garden.
SNCF train station, just 200 metres from the garden.
Angers / Chemillé: 30 min
Cholet / Chemillé : 15 min
Lat. : 47.215491 – Long. : -0.733275
Grab a map and enjoy a peaceful walk at your own pace. Discover the six themed gardens, have fun and learn about each plant and its properties.
Families will be in for a unique sensory discovery. At the reception, you will be given a free log book. Following its 10 steps located all around the garden will awaken your 5 senses !
You will be able to touch and smell plants, walk barefoot on sensory pathways, taste a few condiments, check the best viewpoints in the garden, discover the mystery of the medicine men, etc. A plethora of entertainment and discoveries for all ages.
Every Wednesday from May to October, and every day from 14th July to 18th August, one of our guides will give you a one-hour tour, in french.
The first tour is scheduled at 2:30 p.m. and the second one at 4:30 p.m. Feel free to attend both of them, as they are different from one another. Guided tours are available without booking; groups are limited to 25 visitors.
Some of our pathways are accessible to people with reduced mobility. It is strongly recommended that people with impaired mobility be accompanied to fully enjoy the site.
Disabled parking spaces are provided a few metres from the entrance.
Toilets have been adapted to accommodate people with impaired mobility.
In order to make things easier, a new pathway has been created for people with impaired mobility. It leads to the two most accessible gardens: the Garden of Flavours and the Fibre and Dye Garden.
Have a well-earned break after your visit: head to the Gourmet Garden for a refreshing drink in a shaded setting. Our friendly staff will be happy to meet your every need. We serve a wide range of locally produced organic infusions, syrups and ice cream made from plants, biscuits, cakes, fruit jelly, etc. You can also grab something to read (gardening magazines, books about plants, children’s books) or have a fun family time with one of our board games.
In our shop, you will find a wide range of items related to plants, health, beauty and well-being: infusions, teapots & mugs, seeds, floral water, books, etc. Treat yourself to some local food produce such as tasty honey or unusual jam flavours. Your children will enjoy playing with our natural wooden toys and our mini grow kits will encourage them to become budding gardeners by teaching them how to grow daisies or organic cherry tomatoes.