The current Mangrove Hall was constructed in the 1980s as a trial run for the planned Bush. Afterwards the hall was renovated and made into Burgers' Mangrove. The more than 30 mangrove plants that can be seen here are botanically very valuable and therefore included in the Foundation National Plant Collection. Plant species that can survive in the saltwater mangroves along the tropical coasts, have developed various adaptations. For example, the aerial roots with which they are anchored into the mud and which lift them out of the periodically salty marsh.