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Mini Israel Park

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Awesome!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 15, 2019

on a sunny day was too hot and direct sun despite hats water. but was still amazing,. get ready to walk a lot. beautiful representation of many important locations, some moving stuff, companies, learn about israel culture, diversity at its best, even EL AL has a beautiful representation. Get a groupon on line for...

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on a sunny day was too hot and direct sun despite hats water. but was still amazing,. get ready to walk a lot. beautiful representation of many important locations, some moving stuff, companies, learn about israel culture, diversity at its best, even EL AL has a beautiful representation. Get a groupon on line for 10% off. Pricy entrance but considering the amount of work put in and certianly justified. when heat breaks later during the day gets nicer, has many water fountains to fill your bottles along, as well as a nice restaurnet inside park to relax indoor or outdoors. 5-6 hours to spend there is a good plan. add more if want to sit in restaurant. has several live preferomances for extra fee - check schedule in advance.

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A huge disappointment
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 1, 2019

The price of entering the site makes no sense. Very expensive. The place is not maintained ... Some of the buildings are broken with faded old paint. Not really like Israel. Not small or big. Too bad. Once it was a place to be proud of. It is better...

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The price of entering the site makes no sense. Very expensive. The place is not maintained ... Some of the buildings are broken with faded old paint. Not really like Israel. Not small or big. Too bad. Once it was a place to be proud of. It is better and nicer to arrive at night.

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Disappointing
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on May 3, 2019

We visited Mini Israel in March and found it a big disappointment. The entrance fee was fairly expensive, almost USD 20 per person (kids over two years old are charged the same as adults). The buildings were nice to look at but some were falling apart and needed repair. The site cafe was more...

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We visited Mini Israel in March and found it a big disappointment. The entrance fee was fairly expensive, almost USD 20 per person (kids over two years old are charged the same as adults). The buildings were nice to look at but some were falling apart and needed repair. The site cafe was more of a kiosk. They had some pastries, sandwiches and plenty of junk food! My kids (10, eight and five years old) lost interest and became bored 30 minutes into the excursion. There was nothing really fun or stimulating for them to do. Will not be coming to Mini Israel again.

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