Yeshiva Week Tours 

Treat your family to Israel’s rich history, modern culture and natural beauty. This Yeshiva Week there are so many exciting tours for the whole family, that will literally change the way you see things.  You’ll need to pre-book all these tours.

Family Tours

Take a tour of the Yvel Factory, watch the artists while they work and learn more about the Megemaria Program and the Ethiopian immigrants who are learning the trade of jewelry making. Walk through a replica of an Ethiopian craft village with a student of the program and learn more about Ethiopian culture and their incredible journey to Israel. This is a great activity to do with your teenagers.

Take a hands-on private private family tour of a Sofer STaM’s studio and learn all about the fascinating world of Safrut (scribal arts). Moshe Braun, artist and sofer STaM will treat you to in-depth explanations and demonstrations on how Torah Scrolls, Tefillin, Mezzuzot and Megillot are created.  You can book a tour of his studio in Ramat Beit Shemesh or Jerusalem.

Don’t miss the unique and exciting new Biblical Natural History Museum which combines a love for Biblical History and nature by opening a window into animal life during Tanach times.  They offer fascinating tours in English.

Nachliel Selavan, AKA The Museum Guy is giving private and public tours of the Israel Museum & Bible Lands Museum.  His distinctive and engaging approach brings museums and Jewish history to life; connecting Torah, history, art, geography, and archaeology all in a fun and exciting way! Would you like to spend a Night in the Museum, follow in the footsteps of Avraham’s Journey, hear about A Winter’s Tale or learn about the Third Side of the Coin and find out why money actually matters so much?

Did you know that you can take a self-guided tour of the museum at the Tower of David and walk the grounds? The Museum details the major events in Jerusalem’s history beginning with the first evidence of a city in the second millennium BCE, until the city became the capital of the State of Israel, as well as its significance to three religions. The permanent exhibition is currently under restoration and will be reopened to the public in Spring 2023.

The Zomet Institute in Alon Shvut, Gush Etzion offers tours of its Visitors Center in English.  You’ll find out how rabbis and engineers solve techno-halachic problems. Ask questions, learn, understand and enjoy. Best of all the exhibits are interactive!

Explore the Adumim region, right outside of Jerusalem with its incredible range of fun family activities to choose from. Tour Adumim will coordinate your tours and accompany you throughout. Top Tip: The weather’s always better there in the winter!

Biblical Museum of Natural History- Fun in Jerusalem
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