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These gardens are well kept and it's a nice place to sit and rest. There are interesting statues of famous people in Namibia. We learned of their importance from Bernard, our guide from Lothem Safaris who showed us around Windhoek.
totally useless no access to walk and admire all locked up a no go zone. Windhoek needs to lift its game on tourist information. It was a wast of time walking on the Robert Mugabe road past the gardens.
When we arrived there on a weeks day during office hours the garden was locked. Don't know where one can book to visit? Not sure I would have made that much effort to visit a garden even if I knew where to book.
This is a nice park situated in front of the Parliament building. We walked through it on a Sunday and it was quite peaceful. There are some monuments to leaders of the independence movement between the gardens and the Parliament building. We visited after going...More
The Parliament Gardens is a Windhoek civic treasure in the CBD, with people coming and enjoying the shade and trees and beuatiful arrangements regularly. Take caution - though in front of the well-guarded Parliament, a group I was in had a well-orchestrated smash and grab...More
Our city tour included a visit to the Parliament Gardens after the small church just outside the entrance. We were surprised that visitors were able to drive in to the Parliament grounds and view the gardens.They are pleasantly laid out and well maintained, providing a...More