CONCHES-EN-OUCHE

Arboretum - Rouloir Park

Parks and gardens

Pets accepted
The arboretum in Conches-en-Ouche was planted in 1995 in a typically Norman bucolic setting. This green, slightly rolling open space comprises 120 tree species coming from Asia, Europe and America. More familiar trees from Norman gardens (oaks, cherry trees, elms, hornbeams, etc.) can also be seen in this park located around the Rouloir river. The apple tree conservation area enables visitors to identify about one hundred different species of cider or eating apple trees.
Contact details

Arboretum - Rouloir Park

Rue Paul Guilbaud

27190 CONCHES-EN-OUCHE

Phone : 02 32 30 76 42

Booking

Without

Garden types

Contemporary

Arboretum

Conservatory

Rates

Gratuities

Services

Pets accepted

Specially for families

Facility

Coach Parking

Visits

VisitsIndividualGroup
Visite libre en permanence - yes
Average time120 minutes120 minutes
Further informationEducational panels.
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Group

Coach parking
Groups acccepted
The arboretum in Conches-en-Ouche was planted in 1995 in a bucolic grassland setting where the small Rouloir river runs. There are more than a hundred trees from Europe, Asia and America, a cider and eating apple tree conservation area (92 cultivars), and familiar trees found in Norman gardens (oaks, cherry trees, elms, hornbeams, etc.). Among the exotic plants, have a look at the bamboos, Canadian sugar maple, the Chinese dragon spruce, etc., and in the park "Pré Bourbeux" there are educational trails about the fauna and flora to follow.