Harare Gardens, Harare

Harare Gardens, Harare - Address

Address: Samora Machel Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe

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About Harare Gardens, Harare

The city’s largest park and a preferred spot for an outdoor wedding among many Zimbabwean couples, the Harare Gardens provides a nice respite from the busy schedule of the city. As peaceful as it might look, the Harare Gardens have their own share of notoriety. Avoid the gardens after nightfall and keep a close watch on your belongings. Never-the-less, the Harare Gardens is something that you should visit once during your stay there.

Harare Gardens Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

Harare Gardens Opening and Closing Hours

  • It’s an open park and has no opening and closing hours, but try to avoid cutting across the park after hours.

Restaurants Near Harare Gardens

  • Coimbra (Portuguese cuisine).
  • Keg & Maiden (located inside the Harare Sports Club).
  • China Garden (Chinese cuisine).

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Harare Gardens, Harare Reviews - Write a Review

  • Back in the day it was great. Not very clean now. More effort needed. Home to"Theatre in the park" which is really really good. Council sold 11% of the park to a corporate so perhaps they can use some funds to upgrade the place. Still the "lungs of the city" great location

  • We went to the photo exhibition in the Harare Gardens. The photo exhibition was interesting but it is not a nice place anymore. We did not feel safe at all (Sunday afternoon at 14:30!). Lots of dronken people that shout at you and make rude remarks. Shame. This could be such a lovely place to got to, even with a family. I would not recommend going their with children right now, it is not safe.

  • Getting more nicier and prettier like wine that gets good with age. The same good old place

  • Fairly clean but there are a few undesirable elements such as vagrants and beggars who may be a nuisance. City council needs to do more to make it family friendly

  • Remarkable improvement in the maintenance of available facilities

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