HaSharon Park

Alexander Creek –The park has oak, eucalyptus and carob trees, a lake, water fowl, and vast lush grounds. An information station is located near the National Garden’s entrance, and free tours are offered to visitors. The Hadera Creek, which underwent major rehabilitation, purification and development is now a flowering garden with numerous plants, hiking trails and seating areas. Entrance to the park is from the Hadera South train station through dirt roads.

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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.

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.

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