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Mini Israel Park

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Mini Israel is a wonderful attraction for all the family. It contains large number of famous model sites, places and buildings from all around the land of Israel (with small explany for each of them). Everyone will find something familiar. Located near the armor museum.

Very interesting park of miniatures
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 25, 2019

The miniature park, which was opened in November 2002, contains miniature copies of hundreds of buildings and monuments of the country. The exposition consists of 350 miniature layouts, most of which are made on a 1:25 scale. The park contains religious, historical, archaeological, cultural and ethnic attractions and inscriptions are in Hebrew, Arabic and English....

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The miniature park, which was opened in November 2002, contains miniature copies of hundreds of buildings and monuments of the country. The exposition consists of 350 miniature layouts, most of which are made on a 1:25 scale. The park contains religious, historical, archaeological, cultural and ethnic attractions and inscriptions are in Hebrew, Arabic and English. The park also includes a souvenir shop, several restaurants, recreation areas and a lecture hall in which films about Israel are shown. There is also an audio guide available in this park.

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Beware Summer Hours
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 3, 2019

We were there mid August. It is HOT and no shade, but it’s hot everywhere in Israel. However, there are evening hours in the summer there as well which I’m sure is more comfortable. we arrived around 2pm. And after we got in we were told NONE of the refreshment stands were open until...

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We were there mid August. It is HOT and no shade, but it’s hot everywhere in Israel. However, there are evening hours in the summer there as well which I’m sure is more comfortable. we arrived around 2pm. And after we got in we were told NONE of the refreshment stands were open until 5 when the evening hours begin!!!! The ticket desk told us yes they were open. But the snack bar and restaurants were closed and the few employees inside all said nothing was open. There wasn’t even a machine to buy cold drinks. It was brutal. Had we known ahead that nothing would be open inside (and the waters we brought were finished quickly due to the heat) we wouldn’t have gone. Despite the problems - our children ages 4, 8 and 12 all loved it. We went towards the end of a visit to Israel, so it was neat to see miniature versions of places we had just seen.

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