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September 23 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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An event every week that begins at 9:00am on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, repeating until October 24, 2019

First Station

‘Our IDF’ Exhibit

‘Our IDF’ Exhibit

Visit the “Our IDF” an interactive exhibit at the First Station and experience the power, heritage and technology that drives our IDF! The event is in honor of the 70th anniversary of the IDF – Tzahal.

The exhibit begins with a short movie (Hebrew or English). For large groups of english speakers you can request an English movie. Then you enter the main hall where you sign using your admission bracelet & a local Israeli number (to be used at the end to receive your certificate).

FIJ Tip: If you don’t have an Israeli number you can give them a friend’s local number and they can forward you the certificate. Due to spam laws & security they can not send messages to phones outside of Israel. 

You can start your IDF challenges in whatever order you like. Go from station to station and make sure to sign in each time so your score is recorded.

Interactive Activities include:
– Huge video displays
– Virtual reality simulator jump
– Flight Simulator
– Learn to differentiate sonar sounds
– Master intelligence programs to scout cities online
– Use a periscope to find missile launchers
– Control a tank on a 3d model of a battlefield
– And more…

When: September and October
Times: Sunday-Thursday 9:00am-5:00pm

Location: The First Station Hangar (near the parking lot)
Price: FREE – tickets required – must be purchased online in advance.
Tickets are sold for specific time slots. You must arrive 15-20 early or you will not be allowed in.

Tickets

Price

FREE (tickets must be reserved online in advance)

There is no option to buy tickets at the box office.

Age

Whole Family

Language

English / Hebrew

Venue: First Station

Address: 4 David Remez
Jerusalem, 9354102 Israel
Neighborhood: German Colony
Parking: Paid parking (blue and white with parking tickets) is available at the Train Station parking lot and the Liberty Bell Park parking lot. Parking on the Sabbath is free (pay attention to parking signs)
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