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EIN HOD - Artists' Village

The Artists' Village of Ein Hod, located on the western slopes of Mount Carmel, overlooking the Mediterranean seashore and the Crusaders' castle of Atlit, was established in 1953 by artist Marcel Janco - a well known member of the Dada movement - as an art center for practicing artists from Israel and abroad. Today, some ninety artist members, active in all fields of plastic arts and crafts, live and work in the Village and exhibit their works in the central gallery and other spaces.
The gallery, boasting of one of the country's largest collections of Israeli Art, is pluralistic in nature, combining individual and group exhibitions of both the younger and the older generation, alongside theme shows.
The Village sponsors special art projects such as the Ein Hod Sculpture Biennal, the Artists' Exchange program, alternating group exhibitions in the central gallery presented by guest curators, special exhibits and solo shows in the Artists' House, workshops for children and adults, guest lectures and concerts.

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The Haifa Zoo

The zoo is situated close to the Haifa Dan Hotels. Rare live snakes, a museum of stuffed animals, Botanical Gardens and a huge variety of animals, are all part of this lovely family experience.

Opening Hours: Sunday - Thursday and Saturday: 9:00 to 16:00
Fridays and holiday eves: 9:00 to 14:00

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Madatech-The Israel National Museum Of Science

Explore the basics of science and technology that allow us to live as comfortably as we do today! The museum contains over 400 exhibits, and covers topics such as sound waves and electric motors; visit the hall of mirrors, the visual illusions display and so much more.

Opening Hours: Sun-Wed 10:00 - 18:00
Thursday 10:00 - 20:00
Friday 10:00 - 16:00
Saturday 10:00 - 20:00

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If you're in town with your children make sure to visit the X-Park, the largest and most breathtaking professional action park in Israel. This park is designed to challenge any age or ability level through a wide variety of facilities. Examples of some of these activities are: a climbing wall; a rope bridge park; a giant omega; paintball and skate park complex, and many other exciting activities. The extreme park is located in Haifa's congress area.

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Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art

The "Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art" on Mount Carmel was established in 1959 by Felix Tikotin. His vision was to introduce Japanese culture to Israelis in order to establish a closer relationship between the Israeli and Japanese nations.
This one-of-a-kind Museum, exhibits Japanese art work from the 17th century to modern day. The "Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art" collection consists of over 7,000 items of art and crafts including paintings, textiles and illustrated texts, ceramics and miniature carvings (netsuke), metal and even antique swords.
The Museum's library holds about 3,000 books and publications relating to Japanese art and culture.

Opening Hours: Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Saturdays 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.


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Ha'apala (illegal Immigration to Israel) & Navy Museum

The museum is dedicated to revealing the struggle for the right to immigrate and the right to settle in Israel during the British Mandate during the years1934-1948. A special wing tells the story of the Israeli Navy and contains models of ships, original exhibits, arms and weapons which were used in naval warfare. An astonishing submarine bridge found 3000 meters deep in the water was retrieved and is currently exhibited  in the Naval Museum today, alongside a full display of another submarine.

Opening Hours: Sunday - Thursday 08:30 to 16:00

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National Maritime Museum

In 1953, Aryeh Ben Eli founded the National Maritime Museum in Haifa port based on his private collection.
The "National Maritime Museum" presents 5,000 years of marine history focusing on the seas and water bodies in the area: the Mediterranean, the Red Sea and the Nile. The fascinating exhibition is chronologically organized and features many aspects of human life near the sea.
The Museum displays maritime archaeology and mythology, art and ancient coins, marine life, including a special section focusing on the nearby Mediterranean Sea, the ancient land of Israel and more. Don't miss the Museum's famous model ships.

Opening Hours: Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Saturdays 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

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The Stella Maris Monastery

The Stella Maris Monastery was established in 1836, and is the largest and most important church in Haifa, serving as the world center for Carmelites. The historic monastery included a medical center, a pharmacy, a pilgrimage inn, all operating within the framework of the original monastery.
The main hall is luxurious and resembles the shape of a cross; the ceiling is decorated by colorful paintings based on motifs from the Old and New Testaments. Latin inscriptions are written around the roofed dome and a statue of the Virgin Marry carrying Jesus on her knees is placed above the altar. Entrance is from the Stella Maris Road and is free of charge.

The German Colony

The German Colony, a thirty meter wide avenue planted with trees, is situated at the foot of the hanging gardens. The German Colony with its red tiled roofs was built by the members of the Order of the Templers. The founder of the Templers was Christoph Hoffman, who arrived in Haifa in 1868.
It is recommended to spend a whole day is this area, and stop for an ethnic authentic lunch in the German Colony.

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The Bahá’í Gardens in Haifa

The Bahai Shrine ("the Shrine of Bab") is situated at the heart of the Carmel slopes, surrounded by magnificent terraced gardens – the hanging gardens - which were recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 2008. Eighteen monumental terraced gardens connect the foot of the mountain with its crest, nine above and nine below the Shrine. In the words of the architect who designed them, they were built around the Shrine "…as a golden ring for a precious diamond…" 

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