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Jerusalem Gardens & Parks
 
Aminadav Forest
Many beautiful spots, interesting monuments and a great place for a nice field trip.
 
Daniel Auster Park (Gan Daniel)
The small municipal garden is named after Daniel Auster, the first mayor of Jerusalem.
 
Independence Park
Green lawns and benches by fountains provide a resting stop for picnics, soaking up the sun and taking a breather between sites.
 
Jerusalem Forest Recreation Center
Swimming pool, tennis court and other sport activities.
 
Jerusalem Peace Forest
The forest links the city's eastern and western parts and thus marks the unification of Jerusalem at the end of the Six Day War.
 
Liberty Bell Park
The forest links the city's eastern and western parts and thus marks the unification of Jerusalem at the end of the Six Day War.
 
Sacher Park (Gan Sacker)
The Park contains the Bonsho, a large Japanese bell, a roller-skating area, basketball & football courts, a cycle path, a children's play area and more.
 
Sultan's Pool
During the summer, concerts and shows take place at the beautiful amphitheater
 
The Jerusalem Archaeological Park
The Jerusalem Archaeological Park reveals the most amazing discoveries of Jerusalem during the Second Temple period.
 
The Ben Shemen Forest
This forest, together with the ''Herzl Forest'' planted later at Hulda, are the oldest KKL-JNF forests in Israel.
 
Ein Hemed National Park
Take Route 1 (the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem highway) to the Hemed interchange (west of Shoresh junction and east of Castel/Mivasseret Zion junction) and head south. Ein Hemed National Park is 20 minutes from Jerusalem and 40 from Tel Aviv.
 
Castel National Park
Castel National Park is on Route 1 (the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem highway) at the southern entrance to Mivasseret Zion (Castel-Mivasseret Zion interchange). Drive past the Local Council building and take a right into Ma'ale Hacastel St. The park is 15 minutes west of Jerusalem. 
 
 
*Info courtesy of Jerusalem Municipality.


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