Recommended by: Leiah: May 2014 -Very enjoyable tiyul to the Babylonian Jewry Heritage Centre in Orr Yehuda. Well thought out modern museum with lots of beautifully displayed artifacts to fascinate the kids, as well as a great life-size mock-up of a traditional alley in Baghdad complete with various shops, the interior of a Baghdadi synagogue…

Recommended by: Sonya Brystowski Schreiber ‘We went to the fortress at Tel Afek park and we had a great day! The price is great – 29 shek per adult and 14 per kid. Under 5 is free. And it’s beautiful there – huge park that you can picnic, BBQ, etc, with a lake and some…

Recommended by: Lizzie Noach ‘We went to nachal arugot near the Dead Sea next to nachal David. Lots of water great tiyul with kids. We took a five year old, a three year old and a four month old. We took our baby bjorn. The hike is a long as you want it to be. We…

Recommended by: Phil Shajer ” It was interesting, but only for 15 minutes or so and cost 15 shekel per person over age 3″ Description: From their website: A New Biblical Adventure for the Entire Family Journey through time and space to the days of our forefathers and mothers. Experience the Bible as never before.…

Recommended by: Elisheva Aron I thought it was awesome.. for indoors and kids’  Description: NEW TEMPORARY ATTRACTION: YAM B’KERACH 3rd March-30th April 2016 Sunday-Thursday 16:00-23:00 Friday 9:00-14:00 Shabbat From 1 hour after Shabbat -23:30 Open during Purim and Pesach 10:00-23:00 Ice Skating on real ice in Jerusalem. They will have professional teachers to help and…

Recommended by: Emily Shapiro Katz ‘The kids all had a great time. They were happy and active for three hours straight (a miracle!) ‘  Description: Lunada is an interactive, experiential museum for all family, the first of its kind in Israel, fostering learning through playing. Covering some 4000 square meters, the museum offers about 50 different…

Recommended by:  Shem Tov ‘Interesting and unique place to visit’ – full details on Shem Tov’s blog.’ Photos by Shem Tov. Description: Great hike and picnic area. Check website for directions. Free if you have National Parks Membership. Fee if not.

Recommended by: Leiah Elbaum ‘This Friday (Feb 2014) we did a little afternoon tiyul to the Shmurat Ha-Irusim on the border between Nes Ziona and Rishon Letzion. It’s a little reserve you reach off a dirt road behind a petrol station past an events’ hall and it really doesn’t look like much until you pull…

Recommended by:  Rachael Risby-Raz ‘Took 3 eight year olds to the Temple Mount Sifting Project this afternoon. Around three hours…we had an explanation and sifted…found some mosaic tiles! Then we did (but didn’t finish) the sort of scavenger hunt/trivia cell phone run around the national park game (I’m sure it had a proper name but…

Description: Type: Asian Fusion Choice of indoor or outdoor seating, positioned right by Park Raanana.