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The Gardens Path

Saul Park (D/2,3)
One of the historical parks of Ramat Gan, on top of a high eolianite hill. Along the steep slopes there are remains of some natural vegetation.
Season: Year round
Access: Paths from Maale Hatzofim St., Nehama Bldv. and The Circle.

King David Garden (D/3)
This garden – the first in Ramat Gan - was initially planted in 1928, and is therefore called the “elder of the gardens”. The garden was originally named "King George Garden", after the king of England.
Season: Year round
Access: From Rambam circle or Lamdan Blvd.

Abraham Garden (C/4)
A historical garden on an eolianite hill rich in heritage, including sites such as Bialik’s Bench and a monument for the city residents who fell in battle during the War of Independence. A population of hedgehogs lives in the park’s shrubbery.
Season: Year round
Access: The garden stretches from both sides of Sharett St., and additional paths lead from Hagibborim Blvd. and Avraham Blvd.