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  1. 5.0

    If you are one of those parents or grandparents who care about your kid, and looking to spend more quality time with him or her, then you must visit Soosagala Wood Workshop. While this workshop was advertise for kids, we, the parents, enjoyed it even more. We could see the joy of learning, the creativity in selecting the colors and painting, and the dedication in finishing the rocking horse. You should see how proud he was when he shared his creation with his friends when he got home.I know we will be back there.Thank you

  2. 5.0

    Great place both for the kids and the parents.
    We had 2 hours of quality time with our little ones (aged 9 and 5), working as a team to build the authentic wooden toys.

  3. 5.0

    I have taken my kids a few times to this workshop. They they have enjoyed themselves thoroughly each time, have something to show for the fun, and learn skills which entail more than thumb-flicking a small screen. To be honest, I thoroughly enjoy the workshops too. The available kits are constantly renewed, the atmosphere is very pleasant and the family which runs the place are helpful friendly people.
    I cannot think of a more worthwhile reasonably priced experience for kids.

  4. 5.0

    Review of Soosagala… A magical wood workshop for an amazing 3 hours… Our boys (5 and 3) got to chose a toy kit from a great selection- flying planes, rotating carousels, walking dinosaurs, solar powered cars… We then sanded, hammered, filed, painted, assembled over the course of 3 hours including an ice cream break whilst their ‘oeuvres’ dried in the sun. We had a fabulous time their, Inbal, Ofer and their team are brilliant with the kids and have created a fantastic craftsmans workshop! Highly recommended.

  5. 5.0

    We spent Chanukah 2013 at Sus VeAgalah wood workshop in Kadima. 2 10 year old boys and a 13 year old girl were very happy and kept busy for nearly 4 hours. It’s expensive but well worth it. You have to book in advance but I managed to call in the morning and get a spot. You don’t pay for the workshop, rather you buy a wooden piece that you will assemble. 2 people help the kids with the process which includes, sanding, using screw drivers, hammers etc and then painting your piece. Probably good from age about 5-14. Prices are anywhere from 50 NIS to 330 NIS but I think the average is around 150 NIS. Kids make a quality wooden toy that they get to take home. the more expensive ones are more complicated and better for older kids. You also get a tour of the workshop and get to sit on the world’s largest rocking horse. Places to sit and hang out outside.

  6. 5.0

    Went to here- was really great for kids age 4 and up. It’s a woodwork building place with the worlds largest rocking house. You pay per each thing project the kids build so we had 2 kids building even though everyone was involved. It could be very expensive if each kid in a group wants to do a project but it was great. Between Natanya and Raanana.

  7. 5.0

    Spent a great morning here with my kids ages – 4, 7, 8, 10. They each chose projects, sanded them and put them together and painted them. They LOVED it and were so proud of their work! Highly recommend and the owners are lovely people!

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