Bahá'í Gardens

Bahá'í Gardens

Wadi Nisnas and Hadar HaCarmel
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  • Natural Attraction

The 19 terraces of the Bahá'í Gardens, also known as Hanging Gardens of Haifa, climb the northern slope of Mount Carmel with views of Haifa, the Galilee Hills and the Mediterranean Sea. At the center of the well-manicured religious and UNESCO World Heritage site is the golden-domed Shrine of the Báb, the tomb of Prophet-Herald of the Bahá'í Faith. The inner gardens closer to the shrine close at noon. Walking tours offered daily except Wednesdays.

Bahá'í Gardens, Yefe Nof Street, Haifa, Israel

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Israel Tour Guide Lorne Newman has been to and reviewed Bahá'í Gardens

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The best part of visiting Haifa, Israel is the Baha'i Gardens. Carefully sculpted along terraces down the slope of Mt. Carmel the Gardens won this city UNESCO World Heritage status. A short visit of no more than an hour should do. Tourists are allowed to see the terraces from the upper two levels. Place is closed on Wednesdays and rainy days.