Arderne Gardens

Parks & Gardens in or near Claremont, Southern Suburbs in Cape Town, South Africa.

Things To Do in ClaremontArderne Gardens

Parks & Gardens Southern Suburbs

Where? Main Road, Claremont, Southern Suburbs, Cape Town

When? Daily from 08h00 to 16h30.

How? Call +27 (0)21 689-8102 or +27 (0)21 689-8103

How much? Free

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Claremont, in Western Cape

Arderne Gardens is a picturesque park situated on Main Road in Claremont, Cape Town, and is open to visitors throughout the day. The 4,5 hectare garden contains one of the richest collections of exotic trees and shrubs in South Africa, with more than 300 magnificent trees including giant Norfolk Island Pines.

City Parks works with the Friends of the Arderne Gardens to maintain and improve the gardens. Inside the park you will find:

Exotic trees and shrubs
Giant Norfolk Island Pines
Duck and fish ponds
Benches
A Japanese garden
Shady glades and romantic nooks
A cherished venue for wedding photographs

For additional information and a first hand review of the gardens see Arderne Gardens, greenery in the midst of Claremont.

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