Museums, parks and natural reserves
Netanya Municipality in conjunction with the Prime Minister's Office, United Israel Appeal and the Russian Jewish Congress, has erected the National Monument Commemorating the Victory of the Red Army over Nazi Germany on the city's sea shores.
Jewish Legion Museum ('Bet Hagdudim')
The Jewish Legion Museum depicts the story of Jewish volunteering to the British army in two world wars and of their heroic spirit.
The Lord's House in Tel Mond
The Lord's House was named after Sir Alfred Mond - Lord Melchett. (1868-1930). Lord Melchett lived and worked in England, had a high political and economic standing. He joined the Zionist movement influenced by his friend Dr. Chaim Weizmann.
THE HANNA SENESH HOUSE
The site consists of a memorial hall with an audio-visual presentation about Hannah's life story, a study center for school children, an archive, a modest display of her literary legacy, and the Kibbutz library.
CAESAREA MUSEUM TREASURES
Caesarea Maritima Museum houses the largest collection of archeological artifacts related to Herod's city, ancient Caesarea. Some were uncovered accidently while tilling the fields. Many others were discovered in archeological excavations.
Beit HaRishonim is a 19th century house on the Hefer Valley Ridge near Netanya, built on the highest point in the area
Located to the east of Kadima-Zoran Local Council, this wooded park offers facilities for leisure activities. Luscious purple irises and other plants bloom here in the winter.
Utopia Orchid Park and Kakun Park
This is one of the few parks in the world which combines orchids, carnivorous plants, birds, fish, water plants and other exotic tropical plants in a tropical rain forest environment
Thermo-mineral Spa offering massage with sulfur water, dry and wet sauna, swimming pool (in the hot season), full meal kosher restaurant and coffee shop, treatment and spa center.
Poleg Creek Nature Reserve
Tel Poleg is a 125-acre nature reserve located across from the Wingate Institute
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