"Howard Gardens" Rabat Things to Do Tip by mickeyboy07

Rabat Things to Do: 69 reviews and 182 photos

Sanwiched between the town and the walls of 'Mdina' these gardens were open to the public in 1924.They offer people the chance to relax after exploring the city,they were named after 'Joseph Howard MBE',the first Prime Minister of Malta under Colonial Government.They are one of the largest public gardens area's in Malta,incorporating an orange garden,football pitch and tennis court.They are located near the 'Roman Villa' and form a natural boundry between Rabat and Mdina.The gardens offer great views of Midna'a defensive ditch and defensive walls,plus there are a number of monuments and statues dotted around including a WWII memorial.

Directions: Situated between Rabat town and Mdina's city walls.
Website: http://www.choosemalta.com

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  • Written Mar 23, 2013
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