Jerusalem: Passover Activities 2022
I'm happy to recommend some family activities for the upcoming Passover holiday in the Jerusalem area.
WHEN: April 2022 as detailed below
Secrets of Lost Time in Neot Kedumim Park
Neot Kedumim Park (near Modi'in), is a Biblical landscape reserve situated halfway between Tel-Aviv and Jerusalem that features plants and agricultural methods from ancient times. During the Passover spring break, it will be in full bloom. You are invited with the whole family to break away from the dailymodern pursuit of time and find out, how life was conducted when there were no cell phones, clocks, and diaries, and the only events that dictated the schedule, were the sun, the moon, and other seasonal indicators. Among the variety of activities adapted to a wide age range are: nature walks, making a personal sundial, building with mud bricks, an original show for the whole family, an interactive musical show, activities in ancient agricultural facilities, a tour in the park's train, a riddle and many other surprises. You can spend an entire day there.
Open: 17-19.4.2022 9:00-17:00 Last entry at 15:00
Address: Route 443
Admission: 50 NIS per participant from the age of 3, internal park transport plus 10 NIS per person. Family ticket for 6 people and more - 45 NIS per person, from age 3 and up.
For more details: 08-9770770 and on the website
Spring Festival at the Botanical Garden
This Passover, the inner-city, University Botanical Garden in Givat-Ram, Jerusalem is inviting the general public, young and old, to enjoy a spectacular spring festival together for those looking for quality and fun entertainment with the whole family. This year the festival is being held in collaboration with the YMCA. Together they have created a festival rich in diverse activities with creative workshops for children, a unique and challenging ninja complex in nature, sustainability tours in the garden and tropical greenhouse, craft and play workshops for children, flower tours, and fitness and sports complexes. Pilates and Zumba yoga workshops and a "Body and Mind" product fair.
Open: Passover 17-20.04.22, between 9:00-16:00. Last entry at 15:00. The activity begins at 10:00 and will take place according to the weather and Corona's guidelines.
Address: Zalman Shne'ur St 1, Jerusalem
Admission: Child / Adult ticket 40 NIS. Jerusalem children and subscriptions: Free from the age of 3 and above.
For more details: Tel. 02-6794012 or on the website
Passover for the whole family at the Friends of Zion Museum
Along with a tour of the 7 multimedia exhibits at the museum, the play "Exodus - The True Story" will be performed at the museum in collaboration with the audience, which tells the biblical story of Moses and the Exodus in an entertaining way.
The play is led by an actor in the character of Moses when he flees from Egypt and reaches the children of Israel (the audience). Moses tells them about the decrees of the king of Egypt, Pharaoh, and prepares them for the great escape from Egypt. Will they be able to cross the Red Sea? What powers did Moses receive from God? In addition, the film (Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday) 'Forget Me In The Galaxy' - an animated adventure comedy for the whole family - will be screened.
Open: 17-21.4.22 between 10: 00-16:00 (show and film at 11:00).
Address: 20 Yosef Rivlin Street, Nahalat Shiva, Jerusalem.
Admission: Adult 44 NIS, Children aged 3-18 33 NIS, Senior citizens 22 NIS
Family card - Couple + 3 children - 100 NIS. Show: 35 NIS per child (parent free of charge). Movie 10 NIS per person. From the age of 3 and up.
For more details and to arrange tours, call 02-5329401 and on the website
The New Visitor Center "Meorot Ashdod"
In the new center in Ashdod, parents and children are invited to a multi-sensory experiential activity during which they embark on an innovative technological journey full of experiences and visit 7 stations in the lives of the Jewish people. The tour combines advanced technologies, a unique sound and light show, sound and color effects, video mapping, interactive games, animations, 3D landscapes and other elements. At the end of the journey, the story of the Exodus will be recreated through an actor who will play Moses while the children will dress up as Israelites and Egyptians. The tour includes a Matzah baking workshop. During the holiday season, there will be additional workshops for making a Kiddush cup and a creative painting workshop.
Open: 7-20.4.22 - 10:00-18: 00
Address: Center of the Lights, 11 Agat St., Ashdod
Admission: Adult 29 NIS. Child 39 NIS from the age of 3 and above.
For more details: Tel. 053-4707143.
Order tickets on the website only.
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