Children’s Attractions and Activities in Haifa

man and child at dado beach

Haifa is one of Israel’s major cities, nestled between the Mediterranean Sea and the northern slopes of Mount Carmel. It is Israel’s main port. Haifa’s location and the landscape quickly make it one of the country’s popular tourist destinations, with excellent beaches and breathtaking sea and mountain views. Haifa is also considered … Read more

Jerusalem Playgrounds

Jerusalem Playgrounds

There are some great playgrounds available in Jerusalem allowing kids to run around and have fun. While parents are always advised to keep a eye on their kids; playground culture in Jerusalem tends to be a lot freer and more relaxed than in many other big cities around the world. Around the … Read more

Children at the Dead Sea

Children at the Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is more than just a “salty” stop! It is an ideal family holiday destination. So it means that it is an absolutely brilliant for children – as long as you take precautions in regard to the sun and heat. It also offers opportunity for some sports, tailored nature-oriented activities, … Read more

Children – Don’t Miss in Jerusalem

Children – Don’t Miss in Jerusalem

Check out our list of essential children’s sites at Children’s Jerusalem Must Do Sites – you get the “tourist” points for having been there but they are all fun. Here are some more ideas of keeping children busy in Jerusalem. This is a mixture of good tourism and things that children enjoy … Read more

Kift Zuba

Kift Zuba

Zuba is a kibbutz in the Jerusalem Hills, that has turned itself into a family friendly entertainment mecca. Kift Zuba (or Kif Tzuba, which means “fun at Zuba”) is an outdoor amusement park for kids of all ages and families. With the Jerusalem Hills providing as a breathtaking backdrop, the kids can … Read more

Jerusalem Open Spaces

Jerusalem Open Spaces

If you are looking for large spaces to run around and let off steam in Jerusalem then there are some good options available. Jerusalem, beside being one of the holiest city in the world, is also a family-friendly city. It is home to numerous parks created specifically for children of all ages … Read more

Be An Archaeologist for the Day – Emek Zurim NP

Be An Archaeologist for the Day – Emek Zurim NP

One of the more unusual and rewarding things that you can do in Jerusalem is to be an archaeologist for (part of) the day in Emek Zurim (which means “valley of flints” in Hebrew) near Mount Scopus. It is a really unusual activity that connects you with the real history of Jerusalem. … Read more

Ein Yael

Ein Yael

On the other side of the Emek Refaim valley – not to be confused with the well known street of the same name – across from the zoo, is the Ein Yael Living Museum (also and formerly known as Ein Yael Active Museum). It is a step back in time with a Roman Road, … Read more