Located on the 49th floor of the Azrieli Mall, take in the view of the entire coastline from Hadera in the north to Ashkelon in the south. Catch the 3D movie called the “Total Tel Aviv Experience” detailing the history of the city.
BETH HATFUTSOTH / DIASPORA MUSEUM
The Diaspora Museum (Beth Hatefutsoth) details the Jewish exiles starting 2,500 years ago through emotionally touching and often fascinating exhibits.
Built around the Tel Qasile dig, an ancient city from 12th century BCE, explore this massive museum dedicated to Jewish culture and history. There are eight permanent pavilions, six additional sites, gardens, a Planetarium and more.
Under the auspices of the Eretz Israel museum but located at 16 Rothschild Blvd, is the famous hall where Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben Gurion, declared the State into being in 1948.
The first Jewish neighborhood to be built outside the town of Jaffa, Neve Tzedek was established in 1887. You can walk the narrow, meandering streets and imagine the crowded but hopeful conditions of that long ago time, 22 years before the advent of Tel Aviv proper.
This museum commemorates the elite Jewish fighting force formed in 1941 through a completely computerized experience putting you into the different depicted scenes.
Visit this 250 acre park that includes 1,600 animals from lions to hippos. Take the 8 km trail through the safari in your vehicle and watch the animals roam freely, take a walking trail or observe feeding times.
Visit the Nachalat Binyamin Market arts and crafts fair Tuesday or Friday or the Carmel market for a unique shopping experience. Some highlights include: Sheinkin Street, full of fashion boutiques, the Hatachanah’s entertainment, gifts and food in a revitalized train station and the Dizengoff Center mall housing over 420 stores.
This ancient city was historically the portal to the Holy Land for most immigrants. Today, the colorful town pulses with life: a favorite place to visit for Israelis and tourists. Visit the Jaffa Flea market, the Nalaga’at Blackout Restaurant and Kedumim Square and take a boat ride from Jaffo port.
Tel Aviv is famous for its UNESCO recognized World Cultural Heritage Site of Bauhas Style buildings exemplified by white architecture with clean, simple lines that take advantage of wind direction to assist in cooling.