Israel – is not only Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. With a short drive around Netanya, you visit different cultural and historical sites. Museums, ancient ruins, colonies with a unique history and more – those are places that will help you understand better the nature of our country.
Caesarea National Park
the Caesarea Antiquities National Park presents a cultural continuity of 2,500 years of history, and therefore it is a site of national and international importance.
ART & ABOUT GALLERY
Art lovers are invited to come and enjoy an Israeli art experience
Beit Theresienstadt was established in 1975 in memory of the Jewish Martyrs of Ghetto Theresienstadt
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 place 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 while many others were discovered in archeological excavations.
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