A real Peter Pan adventure awaits families with young children at Tel Aviv’s Tropical Gardens by Park Hayarkon.

Open 1st July- 31st August 2017. Recommended for ages 3-10 years old. There are performances at 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00, 18:00, 20:00.

For tickets call *9066 or online. Click here for their website.

 

LoveLoveIsrael Correspondent, Eli, sent us this helpful review!

We spent 3.5 hours at Peter Pan’s Never Never Land Island in Tel Aviv – 2 adults and 2 kids aged 6 (almost) and 8! The location is simply magical! You are given a map at the entrance and you follow it a long a path that takes you to different stations. Each station is managed by one of the characters from Peter Pan – Wendy, Tinkerbell, Pirates, Tiger Lily and the mermaid. The characters run their station well – it’s preceded with a story and then an interactive activity. There is a really sweet show run around 4 times during the day with all the characters and lasts around 15 – 20 minutes. The whole area is shaded by trees and the stations are shaded too. I would really recommend it for ages kitah aleph and younger – we had a very enthusiastic 2 year old in our group too – although I will say even though at some parts my 8 year old said she was bored she thoroughly enjoyed the day as a whole and asked if we could go again when we left. There is a food and drink kiosk too if you happen to be there around a meal time. Although the website says not to bring food in some people did have fruit and snacks and were allowed in with that. The actors stay in character the whole time so if you happen to pass one of them while you are meandering through the island they approach you as their character which the girls loved! I could see that both girls and boys loved it – there was something for everyone. It may seem like an expensive entrance fee but for the amount of time we spent there it was totally worth it!
There is parking right by the “island” in the Ganei Yehoshua parking lot.

 

 

 

  1. I can’t agree with you but I went with a 2.4 yr old. We went during the day too. We spent 2 hrs there because it was just too hot and really not enough on offer for my son. He watched the show but by then was too tired as we arrived at 10 and the show was at 11:30. We spent the most time at the gymboree and honestly could have done that anywhere cheaper. He wasn’t interested when Peter Pan tried to speak with him or when Tiger Lily was doing a talk. I wish they’d been more interactive activities for his age. I gave it ago since I got the discount through the Digital card. We had a better time at Lunada.

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