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Sculptures Garden (Gan Hapsalim)

Shderot Hatzionut, Haifa, Israel
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Reasonable stop-through

I wouldn't go to the trouble of going and seeing this in itself, but it's alright on your way to... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
London, United Kingdom
Nice place to see

It has a great view for all the port. The garden itself is very nice and you can have a nice picnic... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2017
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“nice picnic” (2 reviews)
“green grass” (2 reviews)
“haifa bay” (6 reviews)
Shderot Hatzionut, Haifa, Israel
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I wouldn't go to the trouble of going and seeing this in itself, but it's alright on your way to somewhere else. Some of the sculptures are a little bit bizarre but really that just gives you something to talk about.

Thank SunnydaleHuis
Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

It has a great view for all the port. The garden itself is very nice and you can have a nice picnic there. The sculptures are beatiful and has lots of themes. It is also a dog friendly place shixh my dog enjoyed.

Thank officerv
Reviewed 19 June 2017

I stopped at the Sculpture Garden whilst walking up the hill in Haifa and it is a nice place to stop for a few minutes to look at the views over the city, as well as the sculptures themselves. By no means is it an...More

Thank KeithJenner
Reviewed 19 April 2017

The Sculpture Garden(Gan Hapsalim), is also known as the Mitzpor HaShalom (Vista of Peace).It displays 29 the sculptures of Ursula Malbin. It is a public park..The Garden has a stunning view of the Haifa bay, from its location on the hills above.

Thank gingithaifa
Reviewed 13 February 2017

Isn t a top tourist attraction, but if you are around it is nice to came for relaxation. I liked the sculptures, green grass and the views!

Thank SakinTravel
Reviewed 23 January 2017 via mobile

Going there all my life since I was little, and also now with my young son. Great place to come and let the children run on the grass and climb the statues. Also many shaded corners to sit in hot days.

Thank Ruth A
Reviewed 9 January 2017

We went up with my grandson. He was cranky but still had a good time looking at the sculptures. They are so sweet and easy to identify with, they are nice for all ages. The little ones can even sit on a donkey (careful that...More

Thank aeisenberg
Reviewed 27 December 2016 via mobile

For a garden of this rather small size we were impressed by the large amount of sculptures to be found in this garden. Great works of art but can also be a great place for families with small kids as the main topic of the...More

Thank Victor S
Reviewed 20 October 2016

This is a must see. On the walk up to the Baha'i Gardens you pass this hidden sculpture gardens by Ursula Malbin, a German Jew who fled Nazi Germany. So many bronze life-sized sculptures of women and children, very innocent, very moving. It's so peaceful,...More

Thank Gina C
Reviewed 13 July 2016

In comparison to the parks in Haifa- it's a good one. Always clean, offers intimate spots for lovers and can be a wonderful attraction for kids. It has a wonderful view, shade and big grass loans. It is mostly clean and is also subtitle for...More

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