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  1. 5.0

    We were there today for about three hours with 6 and 3 year olds and grandparents, and could have possibly spent a bit longer there if we had stopped in the middle for lunch and went to more of the stations but kids were tired. It was busy but did not feel crowded. Is an amazing project to see. Very educational. Moving to hear the personal stories. Fun crafts activities for the kids. (If your kids enjoy Ein Yael type of activties, it is perfect for them), can get hands dirty with making mud bricks, planting herbs. I found the madrichim were really enthusiastic and gave great explanations.

  2. 5.0

    We spent half a day there – from 10am until 230 pm roughtly – and had a wonderful time. I advise getting there on the earlier side. Lots to do, really moving stories and people working there. Many of the activities are enhanced by engaging the ‘station leaders’ in their stories. Kids are ages 11, 7 and 3.

  3. 5.0

    There’s a general tour to give history and context to the place. brick building station, coffee ceremony and home life presentation, art stations, hair braiding (for extra fee), a kids show, writing your name in amharic and working with clay. also shaded areas for picnic. right, and ethiopian dancing in a hut and herb potting.

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