Attractions and Culture

Not just a resort city: In Netanya awaits you a pretty impressive number of cultural sites, tourist attractions and places of interest. So how can you find “spiritual food” in our city? We suggest reviewing our recommendations.

National Monument

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.

Inter Active Atzmaut Square

The Municipality of Netanya has inaugurated the "Inter Active Atzmaut Square" networked with the most advanced technologic systems and is a touristic attraction.

An experience from another planet

"Planetanya"- The Madarame Center for Science, Space and Culture

The Netanya Artists Association

The Netanya Artist's Association is composed of individual artists, creating and expressing themselves pluralistically according to their individual and personal concepts, techniques and talents.

“Galleria Al Ha-tzuk” the Cliff Gallery

A fascinating tour at the upgraded 'Gallery on the Cliff". In this gallery there are exhibitions of the best Israeli artists. The gallery has hosts artists from Netanya and abroad. It is located in one of the nicest locations on the Shaked Promenade.

Netanya Museum

In 2010, the Netanya municipality decided to renovate the place and turn it into a documentation center and museum of the history of the city.

The Wagon

During the war, most European Jews were murdered. A magnificent culture of more than two thousand years came to an end. Survivors, one of a city, two of a family, gathered the rest of their energy and with miraculous vitality built new lives.

The Cultural Center

This is where the most recent and popular plays are performed, as well as musical concerts, exhibitions, lectures, festivals, and subscription events.

The main Synagogue

The biggest central synagogue is located in the Herzel pedestrian walk close to the Atzmaut Squar

The Well House museum

The Well House is a remnant from the Pardes Hagdud Farm, established in 1928 by members of Jewish Legions.


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