At the heart of the city of Uzes, on top of a small cul de sac we are surprised to find in the middle of a site from the twelfth century, a green space where the old stone marry, and both seem resist, with de the plant kingdom: the Medieval Garden.
Its design is inspired by the closed of the end of the Middle Ages gardens.
In this medieval closed garden, you found food, medicinal , textiles, dyeing and cereals plants.
Much of plants wich grown here, accompanied the man from the beginning to the present day. They were used in the Middle Ages for food, medicine and for various purposes of domestic life: clothing, dyes, ornaments ... We also found an opening on the many varieties of regional wild flora which once occupied an important place among populations.
The Medieval Garden hosts exhibitions and cultural events.
- Open from 1 April to 1 November inclusive.
- April, May, June and September: 14pm to 18pm on weekdays and 10:30 to 12:30 and from 14h to 18h on weekends and holidays.
- July and August: daily from 10:30 to 12:30 and from 14h to 18h.
- October: from 14h to 17h on weekdays, weekends and holidays
Jardin médieval d'Uzès
Impasse Port Royal
Lat : 44.0646 - Lon : 3.9853