Logan Botanic Garden is located at the south-western tip of Scotland and is unrivaled as the country's most exotic garden.
Visit Logan Botanic Garden and discover a remarkable collection of unusual and beautiful plants. A pleasure for all the family, Logan is an exotic paradise. Visitors can walk through groves of eucalyptus and palm trees or stand in the shade of awesome giant rhubarb-like gunnera.
The Walled Garden is a breathtaking celebration of the world of plants. From spring to late autumn, a blaze of colour greets the eye and the air is heavy with rich scents. On a sunny day, the atmosphere is truly tropical.
Plant treasures from South and Central America, Southern Africa and Australasia flourish here and the elegant Logan Conservatory houses a range of especially tender plants. A stroll to the highest point at Logan will be rewarded with a breathtaking view across the Rhins of Galloway Hills and beyond.
Visitors can drop into Logan's Discovery Centre to unearth the garden's intriguing history, from its foundation to its current wealth of plant collections. For lunch or refreshment, locally-sourced food and drink is available at the award-winning 'Potting Shed Bistro' while the Garden's shop offers a range of gifts, souvenirs and plants for sale.
Logan has an Access Statement and provides facilities for disabled visitors including an easy access route around the Garden. Registered assistance dogs are welcome.
Getting there by ferry:- From Stranraer: Take the B7065, the garden is 14 miles southwest of Stranraer.