Ramón Rubial Botanical Garden

Ramón Rubial Botanical Garden

Art & Culture

Cultural Heritage

The Ramón Rubial Botanical Garden, in the heart of Barakaldo, is intended as a living museum where vegetation becomes art.


Designed by the architect Ángel de Diego Rica and opened in 2002, it covers some 60,000 m2 and is home to over 300 different woody species and a wide variety of herbaceous plants from all over the world: papyrus, various specimens of Spanish fir, a white juniper tree, deciduous magnolias, a pepper tree, several false acacias, red horse chestnuts, jujubes and a cockspur coral tree, among others.


The Botanical Garden sets out to encourage interest in the world of plants, in discovering their origins, features, uses and curiosities, as well as being a place to relax, where the public can enjoy a stroll round its paths or explore the hedge maze.

Information of interest

Type of resources
Interesting buildings and structures
La Torre, 30 - 48902 Barakaldo