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  • Talma Gotteiner

The Jerusalem Botanical Garden Featuring its Main Summer Event: "SNOW SHOW"

Hi there,

The hot days are near and the Botanical Gardens are preparing a particularly cool and chilly summer event. Starting from the last week of July and throughout August, the garden is inviting the general public, families, children and adults, to come to a real snow kingdom, to cool off and meet the heroes of the well-known and beloved ice movies in a variety of cool and even frozen adventures combined with ice and real snow.

In the SNOW SHOW, children will meet  'Olaf, the Snowman' in a cabin in the snow. Children  can also wander through a maze of white as in 'Ice Age' , look for the 'Big Foot' ,  go ice fishing with a mermaid, and take pictures  with their family as ice age 'Flintstones'. The brave can try to assemble a special puzzle under the frozen crust , dig 'diamonds' out of large ice blocks , watch a movie about snow and global warming starring Udi and Aviad and even visit an amazing site with real snow coming down and stacking on the ground at the height of summer!

The Jerusalem Botanical Garden Featuring its Main Summer Event: "SNOW SHOW"
Credit: Tom Amit

WHEN: July 25th, 2021 - Aug 31st, 2021 - every day except Friday between 17:00-21:30

The Jerusalem Botanical Garden in Givat Ram is a gem of nature in the heart of Jerusalem. The garden operates as an educational and research center and contains a diverse collection of plants from around the world in a geographical display. The Garden is a center for entertainment, tourism and cultural events as well as a center for education, training and research. It is the largest botanical garden in Israel, covering an area of ​​30 acres, with the largest collection of living plants in Israel and the Middle East. The garden grows more than 6,600 species and varieties of plants from around the world, displayed in six geographical plots (South Africa, Europe, North America, Australia, Southwest and Central Asia and the Mediterranean). The garden plots mimic the plant landscapes of each area and feature spectacular fall and bloom shows throughout the year.


Tickets may be purchased through the bimot website or call *6226.

Regular tickets from the age of two and up:  89 NIS

Special offers in all credit companies of 1 + 1

Discounted tickets at the various committees and security forces' clubs.

For more information call: 02-6794012.




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