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  1. 5.0

    We went to the Atlit internment camp on our way up and I found it very well done and moving ( only for kids 10 and up).

  2. 5.0

    January 2015
    It is a while since we last visited Atlit and were excited to see it is still an interesting, worthwhile place to visit . In addition to the introductory model and explanation, and guided tour of the site and it’s remaining buildings from the time of the British , there is now a super ‘boat’ multimedia experience. A large, old fishing boat has been adapted to show what it was like for the Jewish refugees trying to get to Israel (Palestine then) on boats from Europe.What is impressive is that they have also put in a lift outside the boat , which is quite a walk , so that there is wheelchair access to all decks of the boat. I would imagine buggies could use it but Atlit is really for older children, probably 9+ I would think. There is also disabled parking down by the boat.I also suggest you check ahead so you get on an English tour , we missed the beginning of one but they kindly let us catch up and see the film we had missed.There is also a cafe for drinks etc and a large picnic area.

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