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The University Botanical Garden, Jerusalem

The botanical garden is a magical natural gem at the heart of Jerusalem.  The garden is located near the Givaat Ram university campus, it is a highly nurtured and wide (about 38 acres) displaying the largest Israeli collection of fauna and endangered plant from around the world.

While visiting the garden, don’t miss the spice and perfume flowerbed, the rich water fauna decorating the pools (in summer), and surely the spectacular tropical hothouse exhibiting fascinating plants from the rain forests.  Around the garden there are many small seating areas and wide lawns-many visitors' use for picnics.

In springtime the colorful bloom paint the garden with vivid colors, each flower with its own color and sent- a true celebration for all the senses.  "The flower train" patrols easily through the garden, taking visitors from Australia and America to the jungles of Africa and the Asian prairies (no passport necessary…).

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Location: Yehuda Burla street, Jerusalem
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Phone: +972-(0)2-6794012/3
Payment: Cash & Credit Card
Age: All ages
Seasons: Year-round
Activity Hours
Sunday - Thursday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Friday: 9 AM - 3 PM
Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM
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