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Jardin de Bagatelle

The garden was designed by the Scots gardener Thomas Blaikie in the 'style anglo-chinois' - best understood as a Chinese version of the Augustan Style. The famous rose garden was designed by J C N Forestier in 1905. There are bridges, grottoes, waterfalls and a pagoda.

71 avenue de l'Hippodrome, Bois de Boulougne, Paris, France

All year. Open from 9:30am.


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  • almost 8 years by Anonymous 5 / 5

    To my mind, the most beautiful garden around Paris. A large variety of collections make it worthwhile visiting at any time of the year.

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Orangerie, Jardin de Bagatelle Photograph © Audrey Felix
Lake, Jardin de Bagatelle Photograph © Audrey Felix