Harare Gardens, Harare

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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

  • Cool park to take a straw or a jog. Though the infrastructure had deteriorated. Dogs on a leash are allowed. Also close to five avenue shopping centre . Good place to visit

  • Nice big and tall trees that provide a cool shared below. Botanical gardens fairly maintained, an unusually practice in most cities in Zimbabwe. I like the art gallery and the swimming pool that is within the vicinity

  • the place use to be nice but its so horrible now. well its close to the art gallery which is amazing but the gardens, too much waste there

  • 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

  • Fresh air but kinda spooky at night as it gets quiet but safe during the day

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