Ringve Botanical Garden

The plants in the botanical garden are living collections used for research, educational purposes, and conservation of endangered species. Here you can enjoy part of the world`s great botanical diversity and learn more about it. The garden is around 32 acres and opened as part of the university in 1973.

Visit the garden

The garden is always open and entrance is free


Arboretet. Foto: Montserrat de la Fuente, NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet.The Arboretum consists of forest trees and shrubs from the Northern Hemisphere.

Systematic Garden

Plantesystemet. Foto: Vibekke Vange, NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet.The Systematic Garden was created to illustrate the lines of evolution of flowering plants.

Old Perennials

Gamlehagen. Foto: Åge Hojem, NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet.The Old Perennials are a collection of old garden plants sampled from Central Norway.

Renaissance Garden

Renessansehagen, Foto: Vibekke Vange, NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet.The Renaissance Garden is a herb garden with a local history dating to 1694.

Historic Park

Parken. Foto: Vibekke vange, NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet.The Historic Park is the old farm garden at Ringve and stems back to the mid-1800s.

Ornamental Beds

Gården Ringve. Foto: NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet.Ornamental beds for inspiration and joy are surrounding the houses of Ringve Estate.

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Contact the garden

Postal address: Ringve Botanical Garden, NTNU University Museum, 7491 Trondheim, NORWAY