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Parks of Tel Aviv

Unique gardens in Yarkon Park

Rock Garden – this unique garden, covering 4 hectares, includes rocks collected from all parts of the country, from the Hermon mountain to Eilat. Nestled among the rocks, hundreds of local plant species were planted.

Cactus World – this 2.6-hectare garden includes a rich variety of cacti and succulent plants from all corners of the globe, some of which are extremely rare (cacti are sold in the garden’s greenhouse).

Tropical garden – a breathtakingly beautiful 2-hectare garden with rich tropical plant life that included one of the largest orchid greenhouses in Israel, a water pond for fish, fowl and water plants, and a greenhouse selling tropical plants.  

Parks throughout the city

Meir Park (Gan Meir) – the park, named after Meir Dizengoff, was opened in 1944 by Mayor Israel Rokach. It gained notoriety in the 1940s following a case of rape and murder known as the Gan Meir Murder.

Charles Clore Park – the park is named after philanthropist Charles Clore. It begins to the left of the Dolphinarium and ends in Jaffa. The park was opened to the public in 1973.

Hapisga (Summit) Park – Hapisga park was given its name because it is located on the summit of Jaffa hill. One of its unique features is that you can see Tel Aviv and the shoreline from the park, which is rich in local plant life.

Dubnov Park – this park is located behind the Performing Arts Center and next to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

London Park – the park, which overlooks the sea, was first opened in 1942. It is located between Hayarkon street on the east and Herbert Samuel street on the west.

Haatzmaut (Independence) Park – this park is situated between Atarim Square and Nordau street. Located in the center of the park is the Tel Aviv Hilton Hotel. The park was constructed at the top of a sandstone cliff.