Un Jardin de Reines


16 Rue Principale – 67930 BEINHEIM
+33 (0)6 52 48 98 10


Along the side of the half-timbered house built in 1748, through the hawthorn trees, you’ll find the old kitchen garden: a place of harmony between earth, sky and man.
There are four colourful squares, each with its own garden theme for you to explore: Japanese, produce, fruit, forest, and more.
The garden showcases remarkable trees, flowering shrubs, perennial ground cover, ephemeral bulbs, extravagant annual plants and wandering biennials, intertwined in a splendid show of nature’s generosity.
All of these plants foster deep and seasonal biodiversity.

Surface area

2 000 m2

Other / Special features

  • Possibility of visiting our Arboretum, only for groups, by appointment
  • Parking at the church in Roeschwoog – 67480.

Opening Hours

By appointment from 1 May to 15 July and from 15 August to 13 October
During the Encounters in the Gardens event and European Heritage Days, from 10 am to 6 pm


Donation at visitors’ discretion
Groups of 10 people and more: 3 euros/person
During the Encounters in the Gardens event, donation to the KDVF (Koolen De Vries France) association

On site

No pets allowed



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