Harare GardensCurrently Open
- Address: Samora Machel Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Garden, Park, Family And Kids
Harare Gardens - Review
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Harare Gardens
95% of people who visit Harare include Harare Gardens in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
32.99% of people start their Harare Gardens visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Harare Gardens
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Harare Gardens
People normally club together Kuimbashiri Bird Sanctuary and Zimbabwe Museum Of Human Sciences Or Queen Victoria Museum while planning their visit to Harare Gardens.
Harare Gardens Map
Harare Gardens Trips
Harare Gardens, Harare Reviews
Located in Harare CBD, a good place to take a walk or relax and reflect on a green environment. Proper maintenance is lacking. Privatizing this park will be more beneficial in terms of maintenance, revitalization and introduction of other new activities
Beautiful scenic gardens. Good for wedding photos
Descent ground but there are a lot of street dwellers in certain places. Safe for picnics
Cry the beloved park!! I think its one place that has been constantly neglected by our city fathers!
It's a place to relax on lunch time and weekends with fresh flowers and trees with shades
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