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The IDF History Museum

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) History Museum is a three-story museum exhibit that showcases the history and development of the IDF military forces from the British Mandate period before the creation of the state of Israel and its ensuing struggle from 1948 until today. Through the use of maps, photographs, and historical documents, the museum […]

Chaim Wiezmann Museum

 The Chaim Weizmann Museum, next to The Weizmann Institute of Science, is a house-museum where visitors can obtain a closer look into the public and private life of not just Israel’s first President but a famous scientist in the fields of biochemistry and chemistry and a former president of the World Zionist Organization. Upon entering […]

Ben Gurion House

Ben Gurion House is a historic museum in Tel Aviv which was the secondary residence of Israel’s first Prime Minister, David Ben Gurion, between the years of 1931 and 1968. Today, the house and all its remains are intact, including the impressive library of Ben-Gurion, with over twenty-thousand books in Hebrew, English, Latin, Greek, and […]

Rubin Museum

Visit the Rubin Museum in the center of historic Tel Aviv. The museum is the former home of famous Israeli painter, Reuven Rubin. Rubin worked here from 1946 until his death in 1974. In 1983, this quaint house on Bialik street was opened to the public to showcase his work. Inside the museum is a […]


Sportech is located in the heart of Tel Aviv. The combination of a perfect piece of land and a great location make an excellent mixture of entertainment and fun for both children and adults. Sportech was established over twenty years ago, bringing fun outdoor activities to Tel Aviv. There is much to do, including a […]

Yarkon Park

Yarkon Park is Tel Aviv’s largest public urban-area park, with botanical gardens, sports facilities, a water park, an aviary, artificial lakes, and two outdoor concert venues. There are six gardens throughout the park, the largest being the Rock Garden, which showcases the geological diversity located in Israel. There are over three-thousand types of plants. There […]

Apollonia National Park

Apollonia National Park, located along the coastal plain just north of the major city Herzliya Pituach, is a magnificent park full of ancient history. The park houses the remnants of a thirteenth century Crusader fortress which was razed by the Mamluk Empire. There are two major hiking routes throughout the park – one follows along […]

Better Place

Visit “Better Place” in northern Tel Aviv, the world’s leading electric vehicle company. Better Place is focused on moving the world from oil-based to zero-emission vehicles powered by electricity from renewable sources.  Israel is building the world’s first electrically car grid and Better Place is at the heart of this venture- learn about Better Place […]

The Diaspora Museum

Beit Hatfutsot: The Museum of the Jewish People’s mission is to tell the 4,000 year-old, worldwide story of the Jewish people. In 2005, the Israeli government passed a law defining Beit Hatfutsot as The National Center for Jewish Communities in Israel and Around the World. Every visit to Israel is, by definition, an encounter with […]

Azrieli Observatory

The Azrieli Observatory is located on the 49th floor of the Azrieli building on Menachem Begin Street in Tel Aviv. This observatory is situated at the apex of the Middle East’s largest commercial center and a very popular shopping center. This observatory overlooks the entire Gush Dan region, from Hadera in the north to Ashkelon […]

Tel Aviv Museum of Arts

The Tel Aviv Museum of Arts is Tel Aviv’s largest museum. Established in 1932, this museum contains an inclusive collection of contemporary and classical art, a youth wing, and a sculpture garden. The museum houses both permanent and temporary collections. Tel Aviv Museum of Arts’ permanent collection contains some of the most popular artists and […]

The Tel Aviv Port

The Tel Aviv Port is a flourishing location with a number of restaurants, shops, and boutiques open all the time, as well as live performances, that enable visitors the opportunity to experience pure Tel Aviv culture, as well as to take in breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea at the same time. There are many […]

The Jaffa Promenade

The Jaffa Promenade, or tayelet in Hebrew, runs 14 kilometers along the beaches of the Mediterranean Sea, and has become an essential part of Tel Aviv’s lifestyle and a major attraction for tourists. There are a number of restaurants and shops along the promenade, as well as street performances, unique vendors, avid joggers, and cyclists, […]