GIARDINO BOTANICO REA

Garden
The Botanical Garden Rea  was launched in 1967 as a private institution by Giuseppe Giovanni Bellia, owner of the San Bernardino di Trana Nurseries, who in the Seventies developed collections of exotic plants, particularly cacti, experimented with new hybrids for ornamental plants, minutely explored Val Sangone searching for rare or little noted plants. In 1989 the Garden was purchased by the Regione Piemonte and became an integral part of the Museum of Natural Sciences of Turin.
With the renewal of collections and the broadening of activities, the significant past of the Rea Botanical Garden was fully restored and, by using the tools of modern museology, now offers a significant means for botanical research, teaching and dissemination. Over 2000 types of plants from all over the world are cultivated in the Rea Garden. 
The collection of wild Piemonte plants has been considerably increased in recent years, particularly for the study and reproduction of rare species.


Safety Rules:

  • Entrance with protective mask
  • Maintain your safety distances
  • Enter the greenhouses one person at a time, except cohabiting households.
  • The premises that hosted the Exhibitions are currently closed, the rest of the outdoor garden can be visited.
  • Guided tours have been suspended in order to avoid gatherings; visitors will be given a map of the Garden with a recommended route.
Contacts
Frazione San Bernardino - Via Giaveno, 40, 10090 Trana (TO)

45.0358596, 7.3917308

Tariffs
  • € 5,00
    Full price
  • € 3,00
    Reduced price
    Aged 14-18, Party of 10 min., Over 70, Military
  • Free
    Accompanied people with disabilities, Kids under 14, Abbonamento Musei holders

From 06/10/2020 to 30/04/2021

  • Mon
    Closed
  • Tue
    Closed
  • Wed
    Closed
  • Thu
    Closed
  • Fri
    Closed
  • Sat
    Closed
  • Sun
    Closed
Chiusura in ottemperanza al DPCM 03/11/2020 e all’Ordinanza emanata il 04/11/2020 dal Ministero della Salute
Closed until 3 December in compliance with DPCM 03/11/2020 and the Ordinance issued on 04/11/2020 by the Ministry of Health

Fermé jusqu’au 3 décembre en conformité au DPCM 03/11/2020 et à l’Ordonnance émanée le 04/11/2020 du Ministère de la Santé
Services
  • Educational workshop
  • Car parks
  • Bookshop
  • Conference room
  • Pets Allowed
  • Packed lunch
Accessibility Services
Physical accessibility
Toilets