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Independence Park

Between Aggron, King George and Hillel Streets, Jerusalem, Israel
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Cool, green grass in Jerusalem

Seeing green grass in Jerusalem in the summer is not usual, but Independence Park is a special... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Candace H
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Burlington, North Carolina
Nice green space.

Stayed at the Waldorf - walked through the park a few times to get to Ben Yehuda St and also just... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2017
RandiFayeC
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Orlando
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  • Average17%
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Between Aggron, King George and Hillel Streets, Jerusalem, Israel
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Reviewed yesterday

Seeing green grass in Jerusalem in the summer is not usual, but Independence Park is a special exception. The area is lovely with lots of shade trees. If you are needing a free place to spend morning or afternoon hours, this is a nice place...More

Thank Candace H
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Stayed at the Waldorf - walked through the park a few times to get to Ben Yehuda St and also just walk around. Nice to see families enjoying the space - lots of picnics going on.

Thank RandiFayeC
Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

Went with loads of young kids and worked our way around the whole park. Started at the small fountain thingy and then went further up to the stone streams and little pools. Kids obviously were jumping in and out and getting soaked. Went further up...More

Thank Baldmeateater
Reviewed 4 February 2017

Stopped by with our jack russel, which enjoyed this park A LOT. lots of grass and beautiful places to sit in the sun. Some running water gives this park an extra touch. We liked this place a lot and highly recommend it, for a sunny...More

Thank Maayan H
Reviewed 21 August 2016

Nice old style Garden in the Middle of Jerusalem,in between tha American Consulate and Waldorf Astoria Hotel and Sheraton Jerusalem Corner of Agron and King George Streets. On the Eastern part of the garden ids the Mamilla Cemetry,with graves from the 13th Century,home of the...More

Thank airport2015
Reviewed 3 March 2016

This park has large grassy areas, trees, places for picnics and is located in the city. Sort of a green oasis in a built up city. There are ancient tombs and a reservoir worth taking a look at.

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Reviewed 8 February 2016

its a heaven of a park . you can have pic nicks , there is a new coffee store as you enter - its just an incredibly relaxing heaven in the middle of the city . do it with kids - very relaxing

Thank badbaruch57
Reviewed 7 July 2015 via mobile

Awesome park with lots of green lawn. Beware the dog poo on grass. Unthinkable that doggies aren't banned. Key thing is the playground on the west side near King George St. Lots of fun things to do and plenty of English or Russian speaking kids....More

Thank uppertexside
Reviewed 28 May 2015

A great place to relax, unwind, enjoy the surrounding nature, read a book or listen to some music. A haven of green and tranquility in the busy city.

Thank bsayerspr
Reviewed 7 April 2015 via mobile

Simple park with lots of space to sprawl out. During holidays people tend to bring their grills which creates lots of smoke.

Thank Ronen P
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