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Could be a highlight, but for some reasons the gardens are often closed, or reachable only on a limited basis. You never know if they let you in or not. Still, it's always worth to take a look at the parliament.
Parliament Gardens near the prime minister’s office and residence were actually blocked off when we visited but as someone else went in, we did too. However we had to climb over the fence to get out as the gates were all locked. The gardens are...More
Wandered around the beautiful gardens on a warm April morning. So lovely to enjoy the open air and space. Spent time here to enjoy a snack and a coffee. A must visit if you have a little time for a short break.
When I as a kid, this was the place for picnics and a chance to spend some time with your friends and family in the lush gardens full of amazing botanicals.
These days, it's sprawling with security guards watching your every move, confiscating balls and...More
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.