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The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens

  • 1 Zalman Shneor Street

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  • The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens (Photo: Yehudit Marcus).
  • The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens (Photo: Zvia Adler).
  • The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens (Photo: Zvia Adler).
  • The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens (Photo: Zvia Adler).
  • The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens (Photo: Zvia Adler).
  • The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens (Photo: Yehudit Marcus).
  • The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens (Photo: Yehudit Marcus).
  • The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens (Photo: Zvia Adler).
  • The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens (Photo: Zvia Adler).

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 133 traveler reviews
Beautiful place
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 22, 2020

Visit this place in a nice weather especially in spring. Blooming and beautiful (when it's not crowdy). Enjoy and relax.

A very special place
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 21, 2020

This is no ordinary botanical garden but is special maybe even unique in the way it shows the benefits of plant conservation for so many people. It involves people suffering from stress, war trauma, deprivation and many others requiring help and direction. At the same time it is a place of scientific...

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This is no ordinary botanical garden but is special maybe even unique in the way it shows the benefits of plant conservation for so many people. It involves people suffering from stress, war trauma, deprivation and many others requiring help and direction. At the same time it is a place of scientific experimentation, creativity and beauty. The gardens provide the opportunity for a fun visit , to get in stuck in helping and even volunteering on a working holiday. Can't wait for a return visit.

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there's really nothing to do there...
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 23, 2020

well, some areas are pretty, but there’s really nothing to do there. No signs (we got a map, but it was of little use), no information about the different regions or plants (as you would expect in, say, a museum), and no lighting in the late afternoon. Seriously?! And you expect us to pay...

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well, some areas are pretty, but there’s really nothing to do there. No signs (we got a map, but it was of little use), no information about the different regions or plants (as you would expect in, say, a museum), and no lighting in the late afternoon. Seriously?! And you expect us to pay for that?!

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