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- We spent nearly 3 hours at this museum which features a great collection of impressionist and post impressionist painters.
We were quite amazed by the number and quality of the paintings : Monet, Renoir, Pissaro, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Degas, Picasso...
The permanent collection of Israeli moden art is also quite interesting, along with the architecture of the museum and the temporary exhibitions.
There is also a cafe, with a great garden where you can have your snack , salad or pizza basking in the sun in spring or summer.Written 5 April 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Maybe the best food court I've ever been too. Great collection of restaurants, bars and specialty food stores with a festive vibe.Written 11 July 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I think 30 shekel , 2 persons it is more, taking in to consideration it is not 360 view and is crowded place with tables and chairs. Not 360 view, cause your not allow in the restaurant if you are not client. Luckyly we was accepted for max a minute.Written 16 November 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We came for a meal before we went to the Opera to see Dead Man Walking. In the complex if the Tel Aviv art museum and the Cameri theatre. That evening they had an open air jazz concert. I love coming hereWritten 15 January 2020
- We saw the Peliachi yesterday really great 75 minutes performant, the singer’s voice and dancers and the orchestra are all great really terrific and enjoyed us a lot, don’t miss itWritten 26 February 2022
- I love the Cameri Theater. It is well organized, it offers various types of shows (plays, musicals, etc.) and it employs excellent Israeli actors/actresses. The parking garage is usually quite busy - so it is better to arrive a little early with extra time before the show.Written 5 August 2019
- Try to do a free tour with them. We did one in English at 11 on a Tuesday and it was great. Learn about the very interesting history of this area that was a settlement of German Protestants before Tel Aviv was even founded; explore a special underground passage for wine; watch the first high-tech olive press in Israel; and end up with a special treat in the market (if you are lucky). (P.S. the guide will accept tips at the end if you feel inclined)Written 13 July 2022
- This smaller museumis on the Habimah Square, it is part of the whole cultural complex.
Contemporary art is to see, and it is free.Written 3 February 2019
- I've never seen a museum dedicated to eyeglasses before. Provides an interesting history of eyewear through the centuries. Worth a stop for a few minutes in you are in Sarona. (In back of an eyeglass store.)Written 3 April 2017
- I was killing time before a Philharmonic concert and popped into a Yiddish class. It was really interesting. Then I roamed the halls and found a wealth of statues, paintings and crafts that were very inspiring. I could almost hear a lonesome Klayzmer clarinet in my brain.Written 20 February 2020
- We had the pleasure of having Noam as our tour guide for a family vacation in June 2022. He came highly recommended by a friend and he did not disappoint. We asked him to "take us off the beaten path" and he did. There were 1 0 of us and we all made a special connection with Noam from his knowledge about Israel to his humour to his general love for his country. We also found some personal connections with Noam and our family at home. The trip wouldn't have been the same without him as our guide and we all look forward to connecting with him again. 5 stars ++++++++!!!!Written 3 July 2022
- I did a guided live-streamed tour of the Templer Colony in Sarona with Tomar from Heygo. Sarona is a neighborhood of Tel Aviv, Israel which started as a German Templer Colony in Palestine in 1871.
By 1889, over two hundreds people lived in Sarona and there were 41 homes, a communal hall, a winery, workshops, barns and sheds.
The Sarona colonists brought modern farming tools and practices and they focused on crops and products they could readily sell. The water pump can still be seen there today.
The area is now a popular shopping district, with museums focusing on its history history, and IDF complexes. Some of the houses earmarked for preservation are: Original Community House, Old Lämmle House, Glenk House, The New Community House, Friedrich Häring House, New School and Community Complex and Immanuel Steller House.
The original Sarona Templer Clock is now on display in the Sarona Museum, accessible via the visitor’s center. A new carillon clock adorns the facade of one house.
We also saw the old wooden bowling alley which provided recreation long ago. We also saw grapefruit trees and Tomar told us that there is an Oktoberfest starting here the next day after the tour.Written 9 October 2021
- My wife and I have enjoyed speakeasies all over the world. BellBoy and it's inner sanctum Butler are among the best. The cocktails , environment and overall experience are everything a speakeasy lover wants. The bartenders take their craft seriously and every sip of every drink I had was delicious. The staff are extremely friendly and attentive. Food is available as well.
BellBoy is great but I specifically want to recommend Butler to you. It's a speakeasy within the speakeasy. It is small, maybe room for ten. The bartender was amazing! I didnt catch her name but she is a young Russian woman. Her craft cocktails were powerful and delicious.In fact, I never ordered off the menu. I simply told her what I liked and trusted her judgement...she was never wrong. She maintained great conversation with everyone at the bar and, while I will never see her again, I felt like I was leaving an old friend when we left. Truly a great experience that we will never forget.Written 16 May 2022
- great and entertaining evening in tel aviv. The storyteller is very talented and the story was very entertaining. I liked it very muchWritten 20 November 2019
- This is a very nice mall, just don't try to get there during school holidays.for some reason the fact it has a train station just next to it causes many parents to do a "train fun day" with their kids, and the whole mall is packet with screaming kids and annoyed parents.
There's a large variety of shops af almost any kind, and a good number of places to eat. (not many restaurants, more fast food and cafe's. but you can get to Sarona, which is 5 minutes walk for a decent restaurant.Written 10 December 2019