Subject to the green sign: All attractions equal to the holiday of Sukkot

The center and the Sharon

1. Rishon Lezion Festival
When: September 21-25
Where: Amphi Live Park and the Heichal Hatarbut in Rishon Lezion
Who is what: The festival will include the show of the decade by Natan Goshen, which will host Yishai Ribo, Amir Dadon and more; A performance by Tislam on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of “Strong Radio”; A show on the occasion of 60 years of creation, in which Oshik Levy will host Assaf Amdursky, Berry Sakharof, Gali Atari and Rivka Michaeli; A joint performance by Avraham Tal and her sons Barbie (pictured); A performance by Marina Maximilian hosts Shimon Busquila; Yoni Rechter will host Shlomi Shaban; Keren Peles will host Ivri Lider.
How much: NIS 179-299.
More details on the Rishon Lezion Hall of Culture website

Rishon Lezion Festival. Avraham Tal and her sons (Photo: Moshe Nachumovich)

2. Dinosaur Park
In the Gardens of Joshua
When: September 22-25
Where: Ganei Yehoshua Park (Sportek Complex)
Who’s it: Huge dinosaurs among the park trails in the open, the largest dinosaur skeleton in the world, an archeological excavation mound for finding fossil treasures, shaded seating areas, a huge inflatable compound, an ATV track for children, a play and creation area and more.
How much: Starting at NIS 49 at credit card companies and workers’ committees.
More details on the “Where” website

Dinosaur Park (Photo: Courtesy of EGOEAST Productions)Dinosaur Park (Photo: Courtesy of EGOEAST Productions)

3. Yaron Festival of the Orna Porat Theater
When: September 22-25
Where: Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 27 Shaul Hamelech Blvd., Tel Aviv
Who’s Who: The Orna Porat Theater for Children and Youth will hold the Yaron Festival (named after the paratrooper Yaron Yerushalmi) for the 21st year, in which 24 plays will be performed for children and the whole family (pictured: “Party in the Garden”). During the festival there will be an outdoor happening.
How much: NIS 40-75 for a ticket that gives free admission to the museum.
More details on the Orna Porat Theater website

Orna Porat Theater Party in the Garden (Photo: Yossi Tzabker)Orna Porat Theater Party in the Garden (Photo: Yossi Tzabker)

4. We – The Museum of the Jewish People
When: September 22-27
Where: We – The Museum of the Jewish People
Who is Mo: The museum, which opened after ten years of planning and construction with an investment of $ 100 million, is considered one of the most technologically advanced museums and covers 7,000 square meters, including more than 500 exhibits and rare items in the field of music, film, television and sports in Israel. Dedicated to the “world of heroes”, where children can enjoy interactive and technological exhibits.
How much: NIS 52, “Mishpachano” kit plus NIS 15.
More details on the museum’s website

We are the Museum of the Jewish People (Photo: Roi Canaani)We are the Museum of the Jewish People (Photo: Roi Canaani)

5. Photomante photo exhibition
When: Starting September 21st
Where: Eretz Israel Museum, 2 Haim Lebanon Street, Tel Aviv
Who’s Who: A photo exhibition featuring 33 male and female photographers from 16 Mediterranean countries. The exhibition features about 300 photographs (pictured: photograph by Nadir Buchan) and 13 video works (sound). In addition, the Eretz Israel Museum offers a celebration of special activities for young and old between September 22-26.
How much: On September 21, admission to the general public is free. On other days, a ticket to the museum – NIS 52 for an adult; Up to the age of 18 at no cost. Discounts for students, soldiers, senior citizens, the disabled and residents of Tel Aviv.
More details on the museum’s website

Photomente photo exhibition (Photo: Nadir Buchan)Photomente photo exhibition (Photo: Nadir Buchan)

6. The treasure under the bridge
When: September 23, 25 and 26
Where: Gesher Theater, 9 Sderot Yerushalayim, Jaffa
Who’s Who: A children’s show starring Ido Musari in an anonymous role whose entire property in the world is a pillow and an apple. At night he dreams that in a distant city a treasure awaits him. For ages 5 and up.
How much: NIS 55-140. Discounts for senior citizens and more.
More details on the Gesher Theater website

7. Picking and maize corn
When: September 25 from 9:00 to 14:00. Fridays: 12:30 – 16:00
Where: Yaffa Nof Street, Moshav Ganei Am
Who’s what: Self-picking sweet corn and cherry tomatoes in the huge corn maze, which covers 3 acres. During the maze, the children will tackle tasks and learn trivia. There is also an archeological excavation site, a canal maze, a rope maze, a corn sowing area and a picnic area.
How much: 50 shekels for two-year-olds up to 12; NIS 25 per adult.
More details on the “Cobs and Dungeons” website

8. Florentine Circus
When: September 22-25
Where: The Green Village, Ramat Hasharon
Who’s Who: The Florentine Circus presents The Magic Lights Circus, an international circus performer show featuring illusions, acrobatics, rope walking, Chinese pillars, archery, magic shows and aerial levitation illusions, circus clips and mesmerizing magic.
How much: NIS 59-99.
More details on the “Where” website

9. Adventure Forest
When: September 21-26 from 10:15 to 11:00 and 11:45 to 12:30
Where: Renanim Mall, Raanana
Who’s what: The Adventure Forest offers a knights’ ninja route, frog fishing, a desert sight directly from the “Snow White” fairy tale and more, while combining thinking complexes with coordination and physical activity complexes. In addition, there will be plays (pictured: “Treasure Island”).
How much: NIS 59.
More details on the Adventure Forest website

10. Art workshops
When: September 22-23, 12:00 – 18:00
Where: The Seven Stars Mall, Herzliya
Who is what: A sukkah will be set up in the mall and the surrounding area will hold creative workshops for the whole family: creating a miniature sukkah, weaving a dream catcher and designing a festive bag.
How much: Admission is free.
More details on the Seven Stars Mall website

11. Between Da Vinci and Newton
When: September 22-26 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Where: Technoda, 2 Hansim St., Givat Olga, Hadera
Who’s what: At the “Medicine and Science – Following the Great Discoverers and Inventors” happening, visitors will be able to enjoy a guided tour of the new and only medical museum in Israel, go through experiential sessions inspired by Leonardo da Vinci and Newton, answer a quiz and more.
How much: Happening – NIS 48. Combined ticket to the museum + happening – NIS 90.
More details on the Technoda website

The north

1. Jungle Carnival
When: September 22-23, 11:00 – 14:00, 16:00 – 19:00
Where: North Gate Mall, Kiryat Ata
Who’s Who: At the carnival, complexes such as “Dino Park” will be offered, where children will ride the dinosaur T-Rex that came to life; fossil complexes; ropes park; inflatable complex with target shooting and basket shooting tasks; ninja track; .
How much: Admission is free.
More details on the North Gate Mall website

2. Acre Festival for another theater
When: September 21-24
Where: Acre Acre
Who’s Who: The Acre Festival of Other Theater will open its doors for the 42nd year and will include performances, music and dance performances, street theater, circus performances and juggling and performances for the whole family. The opening night will take place on September 21 at 8:30 PM at the Naval Officers School in Acre, where singer Lior Narkis will perform with Revivo’s project.
How much: NIS 40-80 per show. Free outdoor events.
More details on the festival website

3. Through the tree
When: September 20-28, 10:00 – 17:00. Holiday eves and Fridays until 15:00 (entry up to two hours before closing)
Where: Park through the tree, a bee-shaped seat
Who’s what: The visit begins with watching a short film about the rainforests. Then proceed to Pinocchio’s carpentry shop and each child will receive a kit for building wooden toys. Also in the park: pedal karting, drumming workshop, mini golf and wooden bowling.
How much: NIS 59 for a child from the age of two, NIS 25 for an adult.
Additional details: 04 – 6620606 or on the Derech HaEtz website

4. Jordan River Rafting
When: September 20-27
Where: Jordan River rafting, near Kibbutz Gadot
Who’s what: Visitors have a variety of sailing routes for families, a ninja complex, jeep tours along the Jordan River, paintball, a climbing wall, Omega to the river (pictured) and more.
How much: Kayaking – NIS 75, Ninja – NIS 42, Omega to Jordan – NIS 40.
Additional details: 04 – 9007000 and at the Jordan River rafting site

5. Hermon site
When: During all holidays. Daily tours with pre-registration on site, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00. The site is open from 8:30 to 16:00
Where: Hermon site
What’s up: Although it’s not snowing, the Hermon site offers guided tours and a variety of attractions such as cable cars, summer tubes, extreme sledding, karting and more.
How much: Cable car – NIS 54; Attraction – NIS 40; Attractions tab – starting at NIS 130. Discounted tickets on purchase on the website.
More details:
1 – 599 – 550 – 560 and at the Hermon site

6. The Cowboy Farm
When: September 22-23, 10:00 – 17:00; Friday – 10:00 – 13:00. Visit the farm and ride by prior arrangement
Where: The Cowboy Farm, Riding and Hiking School, Merom Golan
What who mo: horseback riding for children from the age of 3, workshops for families, riding trips up the nature reserve in the burden.
How much: Starting at NIS 50 per child.
More details: 052 – 8514434 and on the Facebook page

7. Chocolate workshops
When: September 22-23, 10:00 – 18:00, Friday – 9:00 – 13:00. By appointment
Where: Haspin
What Who Mo: Chocolate Workshop
Multi-age at the “Witness in the Kitchen” studio in Haspin on the Golan Heights. For about an hour and a quarter, create pralines, pour chocolates on a stick, learn to draw in chocolate, roll truffles and make nougat candy.
How much: NIS 80 per participant with early registration.
More details:
054 – 9772524 and on the website of
“The Witness in the Kitchen”

the South

1. Super Enduro Israel Festival 2021
When: September 22-23
Where: Shoket Junction
Who’s Who: Extreme Motor Sports Festival for the whole family. Two days of action with over 150 riders from around the world, world champions and professionals. In addition, ninja tracks and inflatable facilities for children, dining complexes and happenings for the whole family.
How much: Daily price: Adult – NIS 150, child up to the age of 15 – NIS 50.
More details on the “Where” website

Super Enduro Israel Festival 2021 (Photo: Omri Gutman)Super Enduro Israel Festival 2021 (Photo: Omri Gutman)

2. Open Farms Festival in the Negev
When: September 22-24
Where: Fatah Nitzana settlements
Who’s what: Visitors are invited to visit the farms and taste their produce, attend ancient craft workshops and take a walk in the moonlight and lanterns in the unique landscapes. Among the activities: the secrets of herbs, ancient crafts for felting raw wool, scorpion safaris (pictured), cherry picking and more.
How much: 15 shekels.
More details on the Negev Tourism website

Open farms in the Negev (Photo: Tal Glick)Open farms in the Negev (Photo: Tal Glick)

Tour of the 12 Tribes
When: September 21 and 23, at 6 p.m.
Where: Timna Park, Southern Arava
Who is what it is: a restoration of a “tent of meeting” according to the description in the book “Exodus” in the Torah. The walk on the trail is at an easy level. The trip lasts about two hours, during which the story of the Mishkan, the holy vessels and more will be told.
How much: NIS 59 per adult; Child up to the age of 14 – NIS 49. Discounts for customers on the site.
More details on the Timna Park website

Timna Park Ohel Moed (Photo: Courtesy of Timna Park, the southern Arava)Timna Park Ohel Moed (Photo: Courtesy of Timna Park, the southern Arava)

4. Kite flying workshop
When: September 22-23 at 3:30 p.m.
Where: Near the Pirate Park, Ashdod
Who is what: In the workshop you will get to know the history of kites and experience flying an acrobatic kite – a huge kite two and a half meters in size.
How much: NIS 33 per participant.
More details on the Ashdod Tourism website

Kites on Sukkot (Photo: Dudi Yifrach)Kites on Sukkot (Photo: Dudi Yifrach)

5. Around the world
When: September 12-29: 9:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m .; Friday and holiday eves: 9: 00-14: 00, Saturday: 9: 30-18: 30
Where: Lunda – The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mendel Children’s Museum of Be’er Sheva, David Hareuveni 25, Be’er Sheva.
Who’s what: In the “Lunda Around the World” activity, you can learn about countries through activities such as creating a personal passport for each child, a creation workshop for the young researcher, a huge floor games complex, thinking games in a huge arbor and more.
How much: NIS 57 from the age of two and up. For Be’er Sheva residents – NIS 42. Discounted family packages for four people or more can be purchased.
More details:
08 – 6226926 and on the Lunda website


1. Towers in the air
When: Weekdays
Where: Tower of David Museum, Jerusalem
Who is what: An adventurous ropes park in the old fortress.
How much: NIS 100.
More details on the Tower of David Museum website

2. Israeli Championship in Katan
When: September 23rd
Where: Cinema City, Jerusalem
Who’s what: This is the second time that the national championship in the popular game Katan will be held, and the winner of the national competition will receive a ticket to the world competition, which is expected to take place in Malta next year. Participation from the age of 14. Gathering starting at 10:30, beginning of the first game – 12:00, beginning of the final round at 18:00.
How much: NIS 90 per participant. Soldiers and students – NIS 65.
More details on the “Cube Games” website or Facebook page

Israeli Championship in Katan (Photo: Micha Paul)Israeli Championship in Katan (Photo: Micha Paul)

3. The mayor’s arbor
When: September 21-26 from 11:00 to 23:00, Friday from 10:00 to 14:00, Saturday evening from 21:00 to 23:00
Where: Safra Square
Who is what: A huge arbor will be placed in the square, and around it will be held workshops for children, performances by magicians and sensory artists, music performances and more. A meeting with the mayor and his autumn wife will be held on Thursday, September 23, from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
How much: Admission is free.
More details on the Jerusalem Municipality website

4. Culture bar
When: 22-23, and 26 September, 16: 00-19: 30
Where: Ben Yehuda Pedestrian Street and the city center
Who’s Who: A cultural celebration for the whole family in the Ramblas style, which includes actors, musicians, live sculptures, puppet theater, circus artists, orchestras, dance groups and more.
How much: Admission is free.
More details on the Jerusalem Municipality website

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