Replicas of ancient Israel can be found in the Biblical Botanical Garden, which has more than 100 species of temperate and tropical plants. Visit Biblical towns and shrines, such as waterfalls, deserts, bubbling rivers, and the Jordan River which meanders through the park, from Lake Kineret to the Dead Sea.
There are biblical plants and many plants named after the Bible in the garden. The reason these plants are popular is that people every century have given biblical names to local plants, such as “Moses in the basket” and “Joseph’s Cloak”.
Each season we will hold special themes on gardening and religion in the Ancient Near East and add suitable plants for exhibitions.