Zita Park is a public park located on Zita Street in Garsfontein, Pretoria. It has sprawling lawns surrounded by trees, ideal for walking and picnics. There is a playground for children with jungle gyms, slides and other equipment.
National Zoological Gardens of South Africa is South Africa's largest zoo, spread across a sprawling 210 acres and is home to about 9000 animals of more than 700 species. There is a river bank inside ideal for a picnic, and a cable car connects the top of the hills to the entrance at the bottom. The chargeable cable car provides amazing views of the entire zoo and all its enclosures.
An important South African botanical garden, the Pretoria National Botanical Garden is home to a beautiful collection of plants and flowers. It is divided into the western and eastern sections, with the former containing most of the smaller gardens like the succulent garden, medicinal garden, cycad garden, enabling garden and a few more. At the same time, the latter is home to grassland and also dassies.
One of the most beautiful parks in Pretoria, Magnolia Dell is located in Bailey's Muckleneuk between Queen Wilhelmina, over Mahomed Street. It is known for its lush greenery consisting of over 250 magnolia trees and colourful flowers. The Walkerspruit creek inside the park has a statue of Peter Pan.
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Located on the northern slopes of Klapperkop in Groenkloof, Pretoria, Jan Cilliers Park is one of the oldest parks in the city. Also known as Protea Park, it is famous for its numerous native plants, trees and shrubs and excellent views of the Union Buildings and the city.
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