Northern Tel Aviv Attractions

Luna Park / Meymadion

These two sites offer hours of family fun: Luna Park has roller coasters and rides, while Meymadion offers water slides, swimming pools and other wet ways to cool off. Address: Rokach Blvd. near Tel Aviv Exhibition Grounds

Ramat Aviv Mall

One of Tel Aviv’s most exclusive shopping centers, the Ramat Aviv mall has an extensive selection of stores and several excellent options for coffee or a quick bite. Address: 40 Einstein St

Independence Park

Situated along the promenade between the marina and Nordau Street, this peaceful green spot and the nearby Hilton Beach are popular among Tel Aviv’s gay community.

Ramat Hachayal

Established after the 1948 War of Independence, this once-sleepy neighborhood has developed into a hub for sleek Israeli high-tech offices and fashionable restaurants and bars.

Kikar Hamedina

The history of Tel Aviv’s posh circular “square” dates back to before the establishment of Israel itself. Some plots of land in Kikar Hamedina (The State’s Square) were purchased in 1942, while the low-rise residential buildings in its outer ring were erected in the 1960s. The square has long been synonymous with Tel Aviv’s upper …

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Diaspora Museum

This museum traces the story of the Jewish people from their expulsion from the Land of Israel 2,500 years ago up until the present. The museum offers exhibitions that include amazing models of synagogues from around the world and numerous costumes from various Jewish communities. It also offers visitors educational and cultural events, dioramas, audiovisual …

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Tel Aviv University

Founded in the 1950s when three smaller educational centers united, the university opened its Ramat Aviv campus in 1969. Today, Tel Aviv University is Israel’s largest, with nine faculties, 106 departments and 90 research institutes. The university’s Cymbalista Synagogue and Jewish Heritage Center—a grand structure of two circular towers rising from a rectangular base—is a …

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Palmach Museum

At the Palmach Museum, located next tothe Eretz Israel Museum, you can learn about the legacy of the Striking Forces (Palmach) from 1941 to 1948. Here you won’t find glass display cases, butrather an interactive exhibition in which you can tour in a group. Toursrequire advanced reservation, and are told from a personal point of …

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The new, state-of-the-art planetarium offers shows dealing with space and the solar system, and the Education wing conducts enrichment activities for youths and adults, as well as supplementary studies for teachers. Address: 2 Haim Levanon Street, Ramat Aviv