Independence Hall: This multi-disciplinary museum is a must-see attraction for everyone who loves Israel and wants to learn more about the country. Be a part of the momentous day in Israel’s history and experience the emotional moment when Ben Gurion established of the State of Israel with the signing of the Declaration of Independence at this very site.
Mini Israel Park: Ever want to feel like a giant? Well, now you can! This park is a 35,000 square meter extravaganza where you can see all the most important historical, cultural, architectural and religious sites in Israel at eye level. It also includes a large aquarium with fish bigger
than the size of your hand!
Ayalon Institute Bullet Factory: Enjoy a slice of early Israeli history when you visit this fascinating museum which was built by the Hagana during the final years of the British Mandate. In order to hide the bullet production from the British, the factory was disguised as a kibbutz. Explore mysterious rooms and travel down secret staircases as you learn about the clever ways the factory was hidden.
Kibbutz Yad Mordechai: Next we will visit the kibbutz named for Warsaw Ghetto fighter Mordechai Anilewicz. This kibbutz is one of only two that has a holocaust museum on its grounds. The museum offers fascinating exhibits on Anilewicz and the Battle of Yad Mordechai, which was fought against the Egyptians during the War of Independence.
How early should I have my coffee? Rise n’ shine for the incredible day ahead.
-Jerusalem pickup: 6:00 am
-Tel Aviv pickup: 8:00 am.
Anything else I need to know? A few important things to remember for your tour.
- Be sure to bring along a hat and water bottle!
- Comfortable, broken in walking shoes are recommended – you will be walking!
Price is determined by location of departure for tour.
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