Things To Do in Mossel BayEthno Botanical Garden & Braille Trail
Where? Access to the Gardens is via the entrance at the Granery at the Dias Museum Complex, 1 Market Street, Mossel Bay, Garden Route, Western Cape, South Africa.
When? Please enquire.
How? Call +27 (0)44 691-1067
How much? Price on request
The Ethno Botanical Garden & Braille Trail is located within the rolling grounds of the Dias Museum Complex, amongst greenery, and splendid views of Santos Beach and Mossel Bay. The complex contains several buildings within the complex, including the highlights: the Famous 500 year old Post office Tree, the life-size replica of the Dias Caravel, the Shell Museum & Aquarium and the Ethno-Botanical Garden.
The complex also contains The Granary; The Shell Museum; The Post Tree; Botanical Gardens; The Fountain; The Munrohoek Cottages, The Malay Graves and the field garden.
The Braille Trail was incorporated as part of the Ethno-botanic garden for the visually-impaired to read about, feel, and smell the plants in the gardens, plants which are used by the San, Khoi, Coloured, Xhosa and European people of the area for magic, food and medicine.