The Museum of Pioneer Settlement - the Jizreel Valley

North



Tour

Children Activities

For the general public: guided tours with emphasis on personal stories, stories of objects and of the place; guidance combined with accordion playing and actors is available; pioneer’s dinner is served in authentic tin dishes with a taste of the old days, culture evenings, whole-family activities on holidays; a wide lawn for public use and private events.

For children: experiential activity for the whole family on Saturdays and holidays, combined with a creational experience.

Tours are given in English, sometimes available in Russian or Spanish. Translaters are required for other languages. Please contact us in advance for guided tours.


Cost: 25 $,$$

Duration of Activity: 1 1\2 Hours

Community/Narrative:
Israeli, Jewish

CONTACT PERSON


Bareket

046568974

yifmuseu@yifat.org.il


Kibbutz Yifat 3658300

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``The museum tells the story of the pioneers that arrived 100 years ago in the Jizreel Valley. It shows the live of the pioneers in the Valley
tells and presents the Kibbutz movement in Israel in the 1930s and 1940s. We provide information about the history of the Moshavs and Kibbutz as the first settlements in Israel.``

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