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The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens

  • 1 Zalman Shneor Street

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from $9.00 / person

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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 78 traveler reviews
Wow ! Go and see -shhhhhhhh
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 2, 2019

So many millions of people each year travel to this Holy City Of Jerusalem ,but only a few know some of the city’s site seeing secrets . The JBGardens are WOW and seem to be the best kept secret in town . For kids under 12 it’s a magical scientific botanical experience they will...

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So many millions of people each year travel to this Holy City Of Jerusalem ,but only a few know some of the city’s site seeing secrets . The JBGardens are WOW and seem to be the best kept secret in town . For kids under 12 it’s a magical scientific botanical experience they will never forget . For adults it’s a feasts of the sensory spectrum of sight sound and smells . Ahhh it’s just a piece of paradise set in 30 acres of parkland . If you don’t like flora and forna then you Must go. If you do like it then why haven’t to you been yet ?

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Beautiful
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 27, 2018

Good place to stroll and feel nature. Plants and trees from all over the world. Amazing pond with lilies. Lovely café - Milk dishes.

Wonderful time spent at a wonderful place
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 25, 2018

No matter how hot the Israeli summer gets, you can count on the botanical garden's summer activities to keep your kids busy in the most engaging way, along a trail of attractions throughout the garden . Lots of parking, beautiful pond and a nice coffee shop as your arrive. This year's summer activity included...

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No matter how hot the Israeli summer gets, you can count on the botanical garden's summer activities to keep your kids busy in the most engaging way, along a trail of attractions throughout the garden . Lots of parking, beautiful pond and a nice coffee shop as your arrive. This year's summer activity included 25 stops themed as the Playmobil kingdom". We arrived - 2 boys at the age of 6, a 4 y/o boy and a newborn at 9 am and left around 2 pm. Could have easily stayed. The garden is accessible for strollers/wheelchairs. I highly recommend it and heard that the evening shift has beautiful lights and cooler weather (they do 9-1 and 4-9 pm).

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