Ein Yael Pesach Festival 2013: Archery, street theater, ancient craft workshops and more. Click here for a 10% coupon.
Take your children back in time to the land first settled by the Canaanites in the 12th century BC. Let your children learn ancient art and craft techniques in Israel and Jerusalem. Workshops range from pottery, weaving and basketry to papermaking, fresco, wine making and wheat harvesting.
The Ein Yael Living Museum in Jerusalem is an outdoor museum where visitors learn about ancient handicrafts. The Museum is just next to the Biblical Zoo and Malcha and houses the beautiful remains of a Roman villa in an archaeological complex dating back to the 2nd century. Ein Yael is only open to the public on Saturdays, Holidays and during the summer.
Take advantage of this great museum!
Saturday Hours 10:00am-4:00pm (winter)(depending on the weather). Always call in advance to confirm they are open.
Summer Hours: Only Open During School Vacation (Pesach, July, August, Succot)Sunday-Thursday : 10:00-4:00pm, Friday 10:00am-2:00pm Closed on Saturday
Winter Hours: Only Open During School Vacation (Chanukka, Dependent on the weather)Sunday-Thursday & Saturday: 10:00-4:00pmFriday:10:00-1:00pm
Ticket PricesAdult: 35 NISChild: 40 NIS
Festivals (Includes special workshops. Call for details)Succot: PomegranateChanukka: OilPesach: MudShavuot: Sheep and First FruitsSummer (August): Grapes
Summer CampEin Yael hosts a very popular summer camp. Reserve in advance.
How To Get To Ein Yael…By Car
From the entrance to the city take the Begin Highway to the end at Malcha. Drive straight across the light and make a right at Malcha Mall. Go past two traffic circles and then you will see a sign to cross the train tracks and enter Ein Yael.
By TrainEin Yael is a 10 minute walk from the Malcha Train Station
There are no buses that reach Ein Yael. You can take a bus to the Zoo and then cross over the tracks on the bridge and walk about 5 minutes into Ein Yael.
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