This is Slovenia's first and only Alpine botanical garden in natural surroundings. It is protected as a monument of landscaped nature and a natural treasure of national importance.
It was founded in 1926 by Albert Bois de Chesne, a friend of Julius Kugy.
The Alpinum Juliana botanical garden is located in the heart of the Triglav National Park at an altitude of some 800 m, covering an area of 2572 m². Visitors can admire over 600 different plant species.