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Activities at Eretz Breishit: Genesis Land

February 24, 2010

When you book your visit to Eretz Breishit for the Family Package, you will enjoy hospitality in Abraham and Sarah’s Tent, a short camel ride and baking fresh pitot on a taboon. If you would like to add some more fun to your visit especially if you are a large group, here are the activities...


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Gush Etzion Tourism

February 24, 2010

Nestled in the Judean Hills bordering the Judean desert, the Gush is only a 15 minute drive from Jerusalem. The Gush has a variety of tourist attractions for families. The Gush has a variety of festivals throughout the year for families to enjoy including the Cherry Picking Festival and the Path of the Patriarchs on...


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What To Do At Yankuta Place

February 24, 2010

When you walk down the quiet Jabotinsky St in Talbieh, a new center for parents and children awaits you in a beautiful old Arab house with high ceilings and arched windows. Yankuta, which means “Childhood” in Aramaic is a new center for parents and children which includes a mischakiya, rooms for chugim, nursing room, coffee...


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Where to Segway in Jerusalem?

February 24, 2010

How to choose the segway tour that is right for you? Both tours are fun, educational and provide great picture spots. Once you get on a segway you may never want to walk again. It’s so much fun. So what can you expect on each tour? Mishkenot Sheananim – Ride through magical sites inside and outside the...


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Activities at the City of David

February 23, 2010

The City of David runs a variety of family oriented activities. Some take place at their main visitors center and tohers take place in the Peace Forest or Emek Tzurim. Paintball in the Jerusalem Peace Forest (Ages 12+) Experience the thrill and excitement of paintball in the KKL Peace Forest in Armon Hanetziv. Players must...


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History of the Castel Fortress

February 23, 2010

The Castel overlooks the main road to Jerusalem.  The word Castel means castle, in French. French Crusaders, a thousand years ago, built a fortress on the top of the highest mountain in the area, giving them a military advantage over those who lived along the route of the main road. After the Crusaders left, Arabs lived in the...


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Visiting the Begin Museum

February 23, 2010

YOU ARE INVITED TO RELIVE A MOST DRAMATIC CHAPTER IN OUR HISTORY The Begin Museum is not just a museum, it’s an experience.  Using the life story of the 6th Prime Minister of Israel, it tells the story of one of the most fascinating episodes of Israel’s history.  The visitor is taken on a journey...


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Museum of the Underground Prisoner Activities

February 23, 2010

The Museum of The Underground Prisoners is in the “Russian Women’s Pilgrim Hostel” behind Kikar Safra. During the British Mandate the hostel was transformed into a prison for underground fighters from the Hagana, Etzel and Lechi. Today when you visit the Museum you will see exhibits of how the prisoners lived and worked. There are...


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What Makes Ein Yael Interactive?

February 23, 2010

Ein Yael: Archery, street theater, ancient craft workshops and more. 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...


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Activities at the Bank of Israel Visitor Center

February 7, 2010

The Bank of Israel has a wonderful Visitors Center with exhibits and activities for adults and children ages 8+. There is a large exhibit hall which contains the history of Israeli Currency including samples and ancient coins. In the main exhibit hall there are 4 video games and there is a movie upstairs in the...


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