Self-guided Visit 09:00 - 17:00 Wednesday to Sunday
Address: Hatzionut Avenue 80, Haifa.
Entrance is free of charge.
The main entrance gate on Hatzionut is located near Shifra street. The nearest designated parking for this entrance is on Shifra Street.
The walking paths and gardens here are the largest currently available in Haifa. On one side of the garden, visitors can wonder through the 'Arizona' garden which features a wide array of succulents, fruit trees and flowering plants growing in bed of white sand. The opposite side the garden features a dense canopy of native olive trees shading ornamental flower beds separated by low hedges and a carpet of dense green grass.
Accessibility: The entrance offers a wide paved path for wheelchairs. It is considered partially accessible because some areas are covered in pebbled paths
Kindly limit your visit to 30 minutes so that others may enjoy the gardens
RECOMMENDATIONS and REMINDERS
The Bahá’í Gardens are religious sites that are open to the general public without charge. As in most other such sites, visitors are asked to wear modest clothing that covers your shoulders and reaches your knees, to help keep the place clean and beautiful, and to behave in a manner that is considerate of the sensitivities of others