This 19-acre public garden in the government precinct of Givat Ram is located at the foot of the Israeli Supreme Court. Its 15,000 rose bushes represent more than 400 varieties, planted in sections representing their countries of origin. Map.
There is an experimental section where new varieties of roses are tested to see if they can survive in Israel. The garden won an award for excellence in an international competition for rose gardens in 2003, and was named one of the 11 most beautiful rose gardens in the world. Expansive lawns, hills, quarries, an ornamental fishpond, waterfall, sculptures and sixth-century mosaic floor complete the atmosphere.