Garden at Babylonstoren

  • Babylonstoren Farm, Klapmuts-Simondium Road, R45
  • Paarl, Western Cape
  • 7646
  • +27(0)21 863 3852

Who are we?

Set within 3,5 hectares (8 acres) of cultivated fruit and vegetables, the big garden at Babylonstoren is at the heart of the farm. It was inspired by the historic Company’s Garden in Cape Town, which supplied sailing ships of the Dutch East India Company with fresh vegetables and fruit during the days when the Cape was a halfway station between Europe and Asia. But we also link back to the mythological hanging gardens of Babylon. Those were thought to have been created by Nebuchadnezzar in the sixth century BC, for his wife who longed for the mountains and valleys of her youth.

Recent Activity

October 15

Wilandre Johnson @Garden at Babylonstoren posted the photos: 7. Astride the leivoor in the garden, 6. Take a sip of the fresh borehole water, 8. Play beside the lavender and waterblommetjie ponds, 1.Birdseye view of the farm and gardens, 3.Spinning in the prickly pear maze, 2. The garden from the top, 4.Working ducks marching past Babylontoren farmhouse.They zap snails in the vineyards, 4.Rose arbour in citrus garden getting a trim (Garden at Babylonstoren)

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Babylonstoren Farm, Klapmuts-Simondium Road, R45
Paarl Western Cape 7646
+27(0)21 863 3852