Palmengarten and Grüneburgpark, Frankfurt Palmengarten The subtropical plants are housed in the Palm House, one of the world's largest greenhouses. The elegant glass structure was built in 1969. In the 5000 sq.m. Tropicarium, tropical plants are shown in eight different biotopes including the desert, rain forest, monsoon and mangrove. The 22 ha large park includes other glass houses, including the Blütenhaus (Blossom House), where decorative plants are displayed. Besides the many glass houses the Palmengarten also features flowerbeds, fountains, a lake where you can rent rowboats, a miniature railway for children and a playground. Grüneburgpark While there is an entrance fee for the Palmengarten, the adjoining Grüneburgpark is free of charge. Frankfurt's second largest park was created by Meyer Amschel Rothschild, member of the famous bankers family. Rothschild had the park laid out in English landscaped style at the beginning of the 19th century.turkeyarena.com On sunny days, Frankfurters come here in droves to picnic, jog, walk, play football or simply bask in the sun on one of the park's large grass areas. Botanical Garden Between the Palmengarten and the Grüneburgpark is a botanical garden with a wide range of rare plants. It includes a rose garden, rhododendron garden and a rock garden.