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Mini Israel Park

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Do not miss it
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 3 days ago

I visited this attraction in April 2019. It is difficult not to agree with some already expressed opinions that it requires regular and better maintenance. The entrance fees are high – approximately 17-18 EUR – even for such an expensive country as Israel. It does not appear to be introduced as the most popular...

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I visited this attraction in April 2019. It is difficult not to agree with some already expressed opinions that it requires regular and better maintenance. The entrance fees are high – approximately 17-18 EUR – even for such an expensive country as Israel. It does not appear to be introduced as the most popular attraction in Israel, it is rarely mentioned in the majority of the main tourist guides. Of course, this park in itself is not a gem in the necklace of attractions in the Holy Land. At the same time I would strongly recommend to spend 2-3 hours in this Park, especially if you are planning to spend a week exploring the historic and archaeological treasures by car and you are on your way to or from Jerusalem. The park Mini Israel is just on the way from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem (something like 30 kms from any side) and it is very easy to find. If you have just arrived in Israel and have already some ideas about where to go and what to see the stop-over for couple of hours in Mini Israel may help you to shape your final plans. Mini Israel Park may be your volumetric guide to the gems of Holy Land.

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A walking tour of Israel in less than two hours
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 15, 2019

Approaching the entrance gates of Mini Israel, there is an excitement that one experiences of anticipated surprises. After being greeted by friendly staff, and given a map of the site, one begins their "Israeli" adventure. Preconceived notions that the layout of Mini Israel is relevant to Israel on a map are quickly dispelled as...

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Approaching the entrance gates of Mini Israel, there is an excitement that one experiences of anticipated surprises. After being greeted by friendly staff, and given a map of the site, one begins their "Israeli" adventure. Preconceived notions that the layout of Mini Israel is relevant to Israel on a map are quickly dispelled as the actual layout is a labyrinth of paths, more in a circular formation than an elongated State. With map in hand, one proceeds to "Explore Israel," which has been divided up into sections; the Galilee, Hula Valley, Jerusalem, etc., with many popular locations. There are quite a few clever displays like the Coca Cola Factory, Tnuva, the Red Sea (where one is treated with an aquatic view with live fish), Yad Vashem, the Safari, railroads and highways, and many more; all of which offer the "traveler" an insight into some of Israel's major sites. Overall, Mini Israel is a nice place to go for a scenic walk, albeit not a cheap one, and my only complaints are that they should spend less on the lavish hotels displayed here and there, and more on actual sites in Israel.

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Israel in a couple acres
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 26, 2018

This attraction consists of Israel & its many attractions & noteworthy structures in miniaturized size, often with the surrounding area of the attraction. All these structures are grouped geographically and spread out so as to lessen the crowding, and sized large enough with human figures, vehicles, etc., so that it appears like the visitor is...

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This attraction consists of Israel & its many attractions & noteworthy structures in miniaturized size, often with the surrounding area of the attraction. All these structures are grouped geographically and spread out so as to lessen the crowding, and sized large enough with human figures, vehicles, etc., so that it appears like the visitor is part of a flyi over Israel.

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