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This public garden is open at all times and can be visited independently of the festival’s programme.
The gardens have 240 trees and 29,000 native bushes, which reflect the characteristic rich and varied vegetation along the river.
The western part of Lisbon has several historical gardens, among which we find two botanical gardens. The Gardens of EDP Foundation Campus are a great addition to all that is green and make the urban grid of that part of the city even richer.
These gardens are an aggregating element between two iconic buildings of Lisbon’s riverfront: Central Tejo (Museum of Electricity) and MAAT (Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology). This location was designed to allow you to enjoy the view of the Tagus river.