Visiting Marbella’s Bonsai Museum, located in Parque de la Represa in the city’s center, is something unusual to do in the city. Tourists who have had enough of the beach and the city’s other attractions will find this museum quite fascinating. Renowned to house the finest collection of bonsai trees in Europe, this museum has an impressive number of species within its collection. Walking around these beautifully trimmed miniature plants is definitely a relaxing and pleasant experience to have in this popular tourist town. The museum also houses a collection of Pinsapo Pine, which is said to be close to extinction and is also known to have the best collection of wild olive trees in the world. A visit to this exquisite garden-museum is an interesting and unique experience that should not be missed when in Marbella.
Adults - 4 Euros Children - 3 Euros
Daily - 10.30am-1.30pm and 4.30pm-8pm
Around half an hour to an hour
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The collection of Pinsapo Pine and others bonsai trees
Although Muslim tourists requiring prayer facilities will not find prayer rooms within the Bonsai Museum, they will find prayer facilities in the city of Marbella. They could visit the most prominent mosque in the city, Al Risalat Mosque, which is frequently used by the local Muslims and is a well known landmark in Marbella.
The Bonsai Museum does not house a restaurant within its premises. Muslim tourists requiring Halal cuisine might be able to locate a few Halal restaurants in the city. Those unable to locate one may choose to dine on seafood or vegetarian dishes at a non-halal restaurant after ensuring the dish does not contain any non-Halal ingredients. Muslim tourists could also get more information on Halal restaurants while at the mosque.