Things To Do

How tourists & locals can help Lone Soldiers – BITE SIZE

April 18, 2018
By: Joanna Shebson

Hear Bonnie Holtzberg Rosenbaum, Community Director of the Lone Soldier Center, in our interview on BITE SIZE with Yoni Pollak. Listen to the Interview   Here are some of the “Interview Highlights” Who was Michael Levine? The Center was named after Michael Levine, a lone soldier from Pennsylvania who died while serving in the 2nd Lebanon...

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Koolulam Israeli Mass Singing Sensation – BITE SIZE

April 11, 2018
By: Joanna Shebson

“Come and sing with strangers” – that’s part of Koolulam’s mission of spreading joy through music and bringing together diverse groups within Israel. Hear Michal Shahaf Schneiderman, one of the founders of the latest and hottest musical social initiatives’ Koolulam, in our interview on BITE SIZE with Yoni Pollak. Listen to the Interview –  Here are...

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The First Station – BITE SIZE

March 28, 2018
By: Joanna Shebson

Have you been to First Station? Hear Tova Hametz, the Creative Arts, Design and Retail Director at the First Station, talk about the all the exciting activities happening there over Pesach, in our interview on BITE SIZE with Yoni Pollak. Listen to the Interview –  Here are some of the “Interview Highlights” The First Station is...

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Dig for a Day – BITE SIZE

March 14, 2018
By: Joanna Shebson

You’ve seen their shirts “I Dig Israel” but do you know the people behind the most popular archeological excavation activity in Israel? Hear Dr. Ian Stern talk about Archeological Seminars also known as “Dig for a Day”, in our interview on BITE SIZE with Yoni Pollak. Listen to the Interview –    Here are some of...

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KING DAVID Returns to the Tower of David through Technology & Art – BITE SIZE

March 12, 2018
By: Joanna Shebson

There is a new show in town and it’s incredible! When an ancient Citadel in Jerusalem that houses one of Jerusalem’s most prestigious museums decides to incorporate technology – the outcome is a feast for the ears and the eyes. Opening April 1st 2018 the new Night Experience – “KING DAVID” will wow the crowds...

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Special Offers for Yeshiva Week

January 14, 2018
By: Joanna Shebson

There are lots of fun activities to do in the Jerusalem area during Yeshiva Week – rain or shine. To show you how excited we are to have tourists in Israel at this time of year, we have compiled a list of special offers just for you. Offers are valid till January 31, 2018 and...

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Thanksgiving 2017 in Jerusalem

October 29, 2017
By: Joanna Shebson

Thanksgiving weekend is a great time to visit Jerusalem and experience some of her best activities. You may not even have to give up on your turkey. Special Thanksgiving Events AACI Thanksgiving Dinner & Charlie Brown Performance by J Town Theater Inbal Thanksgiving Dinner – Details TBA – Amir Daddon & Hanan Ben Ari...

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Sukkot Concerts & Special Events Raising Awareness

October 1, 2017
By: Joanna Shebson

We all wait to hear who will be live in concert and what special events will be happening for Sukkot. This year you are really in for a treat. Sukkot has become a time when organizations in Israel invite tourists and locals to enjoy a fun day or activity while learning about their organizations great...

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Step Into the History of the Templer Inn

August 1, 2017
By: Joanna Shebson

Jerusalem is filled with hotels and accommodation options but it is not so often that you can find a hotel with a history and a story that will enhance your stay. Last month, I had the opportunity to sit down with the owners of the new Templer Inn in the German Colony – it was...

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Jerusalem “9 Days” Family Travel Tips

July 17, 2017
By: Joanna Shebson

The Nine Days (July 24-Aug 1, 2017) can be a difficult time to entertain your children while on vacation. During the Nine days preceding Tisha B’Av we remember the days leading up to the destruction of the Temple. It is customary not to do anything potentially dangerous and many people do not swim during these...

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