We had a blast!!! All of my kids and adults loved it!!
Highly recommend the Tut Niyar paper making workshop in Zichron Yaakov. Approx 2 hours and you bring home paper you made yourself!
We didn’t do a tour but during the sadna saw and learned about the special trees, the press, the process, separating fibers, picking flowers to put in the paper, etc etc etc… while waiting, we ate sandwiches that i brought, walked up and down the main street and had milkshakes. i also plan to frame the pieces of paper we made. there’s a portion of the sadna where we all had to use wooden hammers to hit the wet fibers to flatten it out. my kids LOVED this part. overall, it was just a really pleasant, fun and educational experience.
just got back from doing it this past sunday with my parents and a 9-year-old and a 5-year-old. we all loved it! Shaked the owner’s son was endlessly patient with my kids. It was really interactive and educational. We were there for a good 2 hours. HIghly recommend it.
Did it last year and was cute. I liked that fact the my youngest could totally do it too as some activities weren’t suitable for him.
My kids all loved it and talk about it to this day how it was one of their favorite activities. We all made paper but it’s probably fine if the kids just do it. We actually have our pieces framed in the house and they are beautiful.
It was a great activity ..definately worth while
Did it with a friend and our children ages 3, 5, 6, 8 and almost 9. They all had a great time!
We did it in the summer 4.5 and 6 year old. Perfect ages. They had a great time (boys)
We went today with kids ages 2-14 and everyone enjoyed themselves. We now have to figure out what to make with our beautiful paper.
We booked with the tut neyar paper making based on loveloveisrael recommendations and had great fun. We were 5 adults (incl grandparents) and 3 kids age 3,6,8. The paper making process was explained while we malleted, mixed and layered our own paper. And then pressed it and left it out to dry. We then went to the nextdoor Nili restaurant for lunch and on our way home collected our dry and ready paper. (We parked in a big sand parking lot by the nearby cemetery as there isn’t much street parking.
My 10yo daughter and I made paper last week. She LOVED it. The artists were friendly and patient (and English speaking). She made beautiful paper. We are scheduling to return to make lamp shades. This is really a wonderful activity where you start form the beginning- by peeling bark.
Was great. My 3 kids (3,6,8) all had a great time. It was educational, creative and fun and something different. It’s open all year but you need to phone up before to book. The activity was around 1hr 15, but it felt like a whole afternoon as you have to wait till the paper dries so you get to have a nice stroll in the midrachov (which is where it’s situated) and have ice creams or browse art shops. All in all a great day out! Cost was 150 shek. There was also an option of printing on the paper once it is dry (i.e making them into rosh hashana cards) for an extra 20NIS per person, which could make your day last even longer if you want. (Or you can do this on their paper whilst yours is drying) Hope you enjoy!
we went to תות נייר in zichron yesterday and had an amazing afternoon. Me, my husband, my BIL, aunt and 3 kids LOVED IT! Very reasonably priced and also they sell really really nice stuff. Highly recommended.
Went here today with kids 2-8. They all enjoyed the one on one attention and were thrilled with the pretty paper they took home. They all really enjoyed it – a sweet, gentle interesting thing to do with time while it dries to mooch in the midrachov.
It was about an hour (demonstration and hands on) then you have time to walk around midrachov while your paper dries in the sun!
Kids were 2 and nearly 5. We had a blast. — with תות נייר at Tut neyar hand made paper.
We did tut niyar in zichron Yaakov today and my kids really enjoyed it ages 6-15
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