Aburi Botanical Gardens is a 65-hectare (160-acre) botanical garden located in Aburi, Ghana. It is one of the oldest botanical gardens in West Africa, and it is home to a wide variety of plants, including over 1,500 species of trees and shrubs.
The gardens were founded in 1890 by Governor William Brandford-Griffith and Dr. John Farrell Easmon, a Sierra Leonean medical doctor. The garden was originally intended to be a place to introduce new plants to Ghana, but it has since become a popular tourist destination.
Aburi Botanical garden is divided into different sections, each of which is dedicated to a particular type of plant. There is a section for tropical plants, a section for medicinal plants, and a section for orchids. There is also a Japanese garden, a rose garden, and a waterfall.