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Ein Yael Museum

  • 072-3281210
  • Ein Yael , Jerusalem
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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 29 traveler reviews
"Great meaningful experience. Kids loved it."
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 8, 2023

My kids had a great time (three kids ages 6, 8 & 10) . We came for the Hanukkah workshop. My children really enjoyed the experience. We attended the English session and our guide was wonderful. They learned about the Roman period and how they made olive oil. They gathers their own olives and...

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My kids had a great time (three kids ages 6, 8 & 10) . We came for the Hanukkah workshop. My children really enjoyed the experience. We attended the English session and our guide was wonderful. They learned about the Roman period and how they made olive oil. They gathers their own olives and learned the techniques used long ago. They had the opportunity to shoot a bow and arrow, make their own pita and have hot tea cooked over the outdoor fire and ended with making their own clay oil lamp. They especially liked making their own pita bread. Hope to come back when we are back in Israel for Passover.

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"Awesome"
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 7, 2020

Great experience for my 9 and 11 year old sons. They loved it and learned a lot. It definitely helped them to better appreciate other ancient sites in Israel by helping them to better understand the Roman period. We participated in the mosaic activity which was also a great hit.

"great potential but not at all physcially accessible"
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 1, 2019

took my 5 year old grandson to the museum yesterday and although they enjoyed learning about how water was transferred from a pond to agricultural plots, there were a few issues that need to be improved. For starters, the place physically is one of the least accessible places ever., as it is built...

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took my 5 year old grandson to the museum yesterday and although they enjoyed learning about how water was transferred from a pond to agricultural plots, there were a few issues that need to be improved. For starters, the place physically is one of the least accessible places ever., as it is built into the side of a mountain, naturally there are different levels. getting from level to level was through series of stairs- made out of stone - in keeping with the ancient theme. many , if not most of these stairs did not even have banisters. the stair risers were not equal heights and many stairs were actually broken,. i came with pain in both knees from all of this. additionally there was not enough staff on hand to help with the workshops that were included in the tour , creating a situation where our group only was able to do 2 of the promised four workshops and the the wait for each kid was rather long. and they needed more staff at all of the stations not just the one guide

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