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Accessibility in the Bahá’í Gardens

The Bahá’í Gardens are committed to providing options for visitors with special needs or disabilities to experience the gardens. We are dedicated to developing accessible tour routes and tour content specifically tailored for those with special needs. We look forward to the opportunity to help make your visit enjoyable and informative.

Please call or email make reservations or provide feedback:

See our Accessibility Statement

Recommended Guided Tour
This route starts and ends at Hatzionut Avenue 103. The entrance is marked by a large black iron gate. The route surface is paved or paved flagstone. It begins with 10 meters of moderate slope and continues for about 50 meters on a flat path to a viewing area and terrace. From there, the Shrine and the upper terraces can be viewed. The visitors return to the starting point.

Please contact us 10 business days in advance of your visit to ensure you have the information most suitable to you, your family or group.  The group size is limited to 15 people.

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Recommended for persons in wheelchairs. There is with a short section with a moderate slope. 

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Visitors can use touch to explore the ornaments and decorations in the gardens. Service animals permitted. 

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Guides are trained to support lip-reading. Written material is also available upon request.

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Recommended for visitors with cognitive impairments. This visit includes a quiet path, benches and shaded areas. 

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It is recommended to use the street parking on Hatzionut Avenue.  

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It is suggested to unload at the bus stop near entrance. 

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The nearest public restroom is located at Yefe Nof.  

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The Visitor Information Centre features an accessible auditorium and restroom. It can be booked separately or combined with this tour.

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