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The big holiday is in full swing, the hot weather is still expected to stay here in the coming months and we at Haifa have gathered for you the most worthwhile attractions in Haifa, and you are invited to enjoy them at any time that suits you, on vacation, on weekends and during the pleasant nights of Haifa.

Haifa is without a doubt a unique tourist gem, offering many entertainment sites, attractions and places worth visiting, a beautiful city, with an amazing geographical structure - mountains and seas that kiss each other and create a spectacular landscape that has no equal in our surroundings.

It must be admitted that some of the many attractions in the city are admittedly not utilized properly and do not fully utilize their tourist potential, and yet, from our point of view - there is nothing as beautiful as Haifa!

Kishon Park

The date trees - Kishon Park between the storms (Photo: Nili Benno)
The date trees - Kishon Park between the storms (Photo: Nili Benno)

Kishon Park Located on the banks of the Kishon River in Haifa and open to the public all days of the week, free of charge. The size of the park is 33 dunams. And it is located near the fishing anchor "Shavit" in Haifa.

The park overlooks a wide stream, expanses of grass and trees, including fruit trees and shaded pergolas, you can meet a variety of birds and waterfowl. There is a brazier, a picnic table area and a jumping fountain where you can bathe (temporarily disabled, due to a malfunction) and chemical toilets. You can keep up to date on the Kishon River Authority website and on Facebook about the expected summer activities.

Shavit anchorage on the banks of the Kishon (drone photo: Marom Ben Aryeh)

The park is open from morning until 19.00 in the evening. There is a free parking lot and part of the park is accessible. (By public transport you can only reach the station near the technical base of the Air Force)

Kishon Park: Derech Moshe Dayan, Haifa

Stella Maris cable car

Haifa Cable Car - "Goral's Eggs" (Photo: Adir Yizirf)
Haifa Cable Car - "Gural's Eggs" (Photo: Adir Yizirf)

The cable car in Haifa is considered one of the most prominent attractions in the city. This is a cable car that was established in the 25s and connects Bat Galim Promenade to Stella Maris (French Carmel), contains six carriages - three moving in each direction. This is a paid attraction, but it is a relatively small fee. One-way ticket 35 NIS, two-way ticket XNUMX NIS. It is an experiential journey between heaven and earth. At the lower station of the cable car (Bat Galim station) you can enjoy the beach, Bat Galim promenade and restaurants on site. At the top station of the cable car (Stella Maris station) you can enjoy other attractions such as: the prophet Elijah's cave, the Stella Maris church, a view of Rosh Hankara and Acre and a variety of restaurants on site.

The cable car from the Bat Galim neighborhood to Stella Maris (Photo: Yaron Karmi)

The cable car is open every day of the week from 9:00 a.m. to 19:00 p.m., on Fridays and holiday eves from 9:00 a.m. to 18:00 p.m.

Lower Cable Car - Bat Galim Promenade
Lower cable car - Stella Maris lookout

Cave of Elijah the Prophet

Cave of Elijah the Prophet (Photo: Adir Yizirf)

the prophet Elijah's cave, A rock-hewn cave on the side of Mount Carmel. The cave was recently reopened after extensive renovations and restoration works that were done on the spot at a cost of about NIS 15 million. People usually come to the prophet Elijah's cave and pray the following Shabbat "Consolation", the first of the seven Shabbats of consolation after Tisha B'Av. In addition, many come to pray for health, to find a partner and for the fruit of the womb and to ask for any trouble and distress. The cave is considered a holy place for all religions.

Eliyahu Cave (Photo: Adir Yizirf)

You can come and visit Sunday - Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 22:00 p.m. On Fridays in the summer from 7:00 a.m. to 15:00 p.m.

Cave of Elijah the Prophet: Derech Allenby 227, Haifa

Stella Maris Church

Stella Maris Church It is a center of pilgrimage for pilgrims from all over the world and is considered a very popular tourist site. The church is dedicated to "Our Lady of Mount Carmel" and is shaped like a Greek cross. The walls of the church are covered with marble slabs that were installed in 1931. The holy area and the apse in the church lie above a cave known in the Middle Ages as "Elisha's Cave", in contrast to Elijah's Cave at the foot of the mountain, but the Carmelite tradition attributes both to Elijah.

Stella Maris Church (Photo: Racheli Auerbach)

In the cave there is an altar with a statue of the Madonna and Child on it. The dome of the church was painted in the years 1926-1928 by the monk artist Luigi Fuji. It is divided into eight segments showing Elijah the prophet ascending in the heavenly storm and throwing his cloak at Elisha, King David playing a harp, prophets, Carmelite saints, the visit of the Holy Family in Carmel and more.

In the four corners of the dome, the four heralds are visible next to their attributes, and at the base of the dome appear verses in golden script related to Carmel, which is considered a parafiguration of Mary. A Carmelite men's monastery is also built on the property, which serves as the order's world center. The three-story building was built with small openings, due to the need to defend against harassment that was a part of it from the day it was built. The shape of the building is square in the eastern part with a large inner courtyard.

The church is open all week from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 15:00 p.m. to 18:00 p.m. - admission is free. You can reach the place by cable car or by public transport - on lines 115, 30a, 31, 99.

Stella Maris Church: Stella Maris Road, Haifa

The sculpture garden

The Sculpture Garden in Haifa (Photo: Nili Nebo)
The Sculpture Garden in Haifa (Photo: Nili Nebo)

The Sculpture Garden in Haifa Established and inaugurated in April 1979 during the time of Mayor Aryeh Goral. Initially, 18 statues were placed there, but over the years many more were added, and today there are 29 bronze statues, all made by the artist Ursula Malbin. The sculptures depict images from everyday life: children playing and playing music, mothers with babies, pets and more. The artist Ursula immigrated to Israel from Geneva and settled in the artists' village of Ein Hod. Her work process was carried out in two parts: in Ein Hod she received inspiration and designed the sketches for the sculptures, while the casting itself was carried out in Switzerland.

The garden is open to the public, but at night its gates are locked, this following the theft of the sculpture "A boy playing with a ball" which weighed 200 kg of bronze and was never found.

The Sculpture Garden: Tsionyon Blvd. corner 2 November, Haifa

Kindergarten and educational zoo

Summer events at Gan Ham - archive (photo: Yaron Karmi)

the mother garden In Haifa, it was established in 1913 and its area covers about 400 dunams, the garden is a meeting place for mothers and families who frequent the place with their small children, as well as for teenagers. In the place you can enjoy wide lawns, benches and picnic tables, a playground, a revolving carousel and more. In addition, free events, activities and concerts are held in the garden.

Haifa Zoo (Photo: Samer Odeh Karantinji)

The Mother Garden is not only a green piece of nature located in the heart of the Carmel center, it also houses the The educational zoo which also includes a zoological institute and a museum of history. The zoo is home to mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish. Camps, birthdays, tours, classes and nature classes are held at the zoo, where the medical center for wild animals is located. In the Mother Garden you can also find an access point to Nahal Lotem, which offers an opportunity to walk in nature without going far from the city on a comfortable and pleasant walking route for the whole family.

Kindergarten is open every day of the week. The zoo is open in the months of June - October from Monday to Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 19:00 p.m. Friday and holiday eves from 9:00 a.m. to 15:00 p.m. and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 19:00 p.m. Paid entry according to the updated price list on site.

The kindergarten and the educational zoo - 124 Hatshebi St., Haifa

Louis Promenade

Lui Promenade (Photo: Hagit Avraham)

Louis Promenade It stretches for about 400 meters, and from it you can see the views of the city, the port of Haifa, the bay, and on days when the visibility is good and the sky is clear, you can also see Rosh Hankara. The boardwalk was established in 1992 and is a center of attraction for local travelers and tourists from abroad.

The promenade was established with funds donated by Paul and May Goldschmidt, residents of Haifa who immigrated from South Africa, who wanted to commemorate their son Uriel (Louis) who was killed in a car accident in 1971.

On the promenade there are observation points, the doe pool, a memorial column in memory of the emperor's obelisk, and a children's playground. The boardwalk is very impressive, suitable for walking, morning or evening walks, romantic or sporty walks, and in general, it is very pleasant to spend time there. The boardwalk is accessible and suitable for people with disabilities and strollers. In its vicinity you will also find food trucks, cafes and restaurants.

Louie Promenade - Yaffe Nof Street, Carmel Center, Haifa.

the Baha'i Gardens

The Bahá'í gardens and temple in Haifa today (photo: courtesy of the global Bahá'í community)
The Bahá'í gardens and temple in Haifa today (photo: courtesy of the global Bahá'í community)

The Bahá'í gardens on Mount Carmel are made up of nineteen terraced gardens that extend along the entire length of the northern slope of Mount Carmel, in landscaped shrub gardens and flower beds, which are nurtured and cared for by a dedicated team of gardeners. The golden-domed Báb Temple, the resting place of the prophet-harbinger of the Bahá'í religion, stands on the central terrace and overlooks the Gulf of Haifa and Acre. The gardens offer a spectacular panoramic view of the city, the Galilee mountains and the Mediterranean Sea. The Bahá'í Gardens attract over a million visitors a year and are among the most popular tourist sites in the Middle East. The Bahá'í Gardens were built to provide appropriate access and a setting to the temples where the founders of the Bahá'í Faith lie and are designed to create a quiet and peaceful atmosphere that allows all visitors to enjoy the peaceful surroundings of the holy sites. 

The Bahá'í Gardens (Bahá'í Night) Photo: Marom Ben Aryeh

The gardens are open to the public free of charge. Visitors are asked to dress in modest clothing that covers the shoulders and reaches to the knees and without tears.

Entry with strollers is only possible through the main entrance At 80 Zionion Boulevard, and on the first level of the German Colony square in21 Hagafen St.

• For the safety of visitors, the use of strollers is not possible on tours due to the steep slope. Animals or weapons are not allowed in the place.

The cable car

Haifa cable car • The cable car - the top station at the University of Haifa (photo: Yaron Karmi)
Haifa cable car • The cable car - the top station at the University of Haifa (photo: Yaron Karmi)

The cable car in Haifa, which began to operate officially and was opened to the public in April of this year, quickly became a tourist attraction that attracts crowds of visitors. Since it started operating, it brings thousands of guests and visitors to the Technion University and Mount Carmel. The cable car runs along the route between the Gulf center and Haifa University and on the way also stops at the Technion.

The cable car system is operated using 150 cars, with each car accommodating up to 10 passengers. The carriages leave the station every 15 seconds and transport up to 2,400 passengers per hour, in each direction, at the same time. The drive from the Gulf Center to the Technion takes about 10 minutes, and another 9 minutes from the Technion to Haifa University. The stations and carriages are also accessible to the disabled.

Hours of operation Sunday - Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 16:00 p.m. Fridays and holiday evenings from 8:00 a.m. to 14:00 p.m. On Saturday the cable car is closed despite the promises of the Minister of Transportation to open it on Saturday as well.

Chai Bar Carmel (photo: Yaniv Cohen, Nature and Parks Authority)

Wild life reserve in Carmel

The wildlife reserve in Carmel covers an area of ​​approximately 6,000 dunams and is dedicated to the breeding of animals that are in danger of extinction or have become extinct from the area and their return to the wild. In the breeding reserve of the Persian wild boar, the Carmel deer that disappeared from the country's landscape. Eagles and birds of prey that are part of the restoration project. Lahi Bar today can be reached by cable car, as well as there is a large parking lot, hiking trails on the mountain, places to sit and more.

Hours of operation in the summer are Sunday - Thursday and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 17:00 p.m. Fridays and holiday eves from 8:00 a.m. - 16:00 p.m. (the entrance to the reserve closes one hour before the listed hours).

You can coordinate the visit as well as purchase an entrance ticket through the website. Price list: admission for an adult 22 NIS | child 9 NIS | Adult in the group 19 NIS | Child in the group 8 NIS | Student 19 NIS | Free soldier | Senior citizen 11 NIS.

Hai Bar Nature Reserve in Carmel: Haifa-Isafia road (672)

The Tomarkin Sculpture Garden in Haifa

Tomarkin Sculpture Garden in Haifa (Photo: Ofir Meman)

Tumarkin's sculpture garden In which the works of the esteemed and well-known artist Yigal Tomarkin are presented, it was inaugurated in June 2019 at the Ana Hostel in the southern entrances of Haifa.

The garden is located inside the hostel complex and is closed behind a gate, but in fact it is open to the public and you can come and visit it. In the garden are placed 21 magnificent statues of the late Tomarkin, two of which were purchased and donated by the museum company, and the NAA purchased 19 more statues.

The garden is open to the public every day of the week - Sunday - Thursday from 10:00 to 17:00 during the summer and from 10:00 to 16:00 in the winter. On the weekends, entry is by appointment. Of course, at any time entry is subject to registration and a security check.

Tomarki's sculpture gardenn: Hostel An"A, 18 Tzvia and Yitzchak St., Khipה

Haifa museums

Haifa • The Navy Museum, the submarine and behind it the steel (drone photo: Marom Ben Aryeh)
Haifa • The Navy Museum, the submarine and behind it the steel (drone photo: Marom Ben Aryeh)

Six museums - Haifa Museum

The Haifa Museums include six museums: the Haifa Museum of Art, the Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art, the National Maritime Museum, the City Museum, the Manna-Katz Museum, the Herman Struck Museum and the Education Center.

Haifa Museum of Art
The Haifa Art Museum was founded in 1951 in the right wing of the Haifa Municipality building and since 1978 it has been operating in the current building in Wadi Nisnas. The museum building is a unique stone building that was built in the 20s as a school and was declared a conservation site. The three-story building is located at 26 Shabtai Levy Street on the border of the Hadar neighborhood, at a central intersection of culture, connecting Jewish and Arab neighborhoods. The Haifa Museum hosts changing exhibitions, lectures, special events, courses for children and the family, and tours.

The museum is open Sunday - Thursday and Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00 and on Fridays from 10:00 to 14:00.

Haifa Museum of Art: 26 Shabtai Levy, Haifa

Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art
The Tikotin Museum in Haifa was founded in 1959 on the initiative of Felix Tikotin, an architect, dealer and collector of Japanese art objects born in Germany, and Abba Khushi, the mayor of Haifa in 1951-1969 and who founded the Carmelite, the Haifa Theater and the University of Haifa. The Tikotin Museum is located at 89 Sderot Hanasi in the center of Carmel and is exclusively dedicated to the display and preservation of Japanese art.

The museum is open Sunday - Thursday and Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00 and on Fridays from 10:00 to 14:00.

Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art: 89 Sderot Hanasi, Haifa.

Japanese figurines • New exhibitions at the Tikotin Museum in Haifa (Photo: Yaron Karmi)
Japanese figurines • New exhibitions at the Tikotin Museum in Haifa (Photo: Yaron Karmi)

The National Maritime Museum
The Maritime Museum in Haifa was established in 1953 and in 1972 moved to its current location on Derech Allenby. The museum covers an area of ​​over 3,500 square meters and includes a permanent display on two floors and a hall for changing exhibitions, collection rooms, offices and research rooms. The museum is dedicated to the history of shipping in the Mediterranean basin, the Red Sea and the banks of the Nile and aims to present maritime history in the region.

The museum has a collection of archaeological finds originating from a museum of ancient art that was closed and includes items from 5000 years of history and maritime archaeology, visitors can see and learn about ancient ships, anchors, battering rams, hoards of gold coins found in maritime excavations and more. The museum also presents a pirate exhibition and the Hebrew shipping factory.

The museum is open Sunday - Thursday and Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00 and on Fridays from 10:00 to 14:00.

The National Maritime Museum: Derech Allenby 198, Haifa

Haifa City Museum
The city museum deals with the urban space, urban culture and presenting the histories of different populations in the city of Haifa. The museum opened in November 2000, and is located in the Beit Ha'am Templari and the Templar School buildings, at 1 Ben-Gurion Boulevard in the German Colony.

The museum attaches great importance to developing a relationship with the local community and with the cultural institutions operating in the city. Alongside the exhibitions, the museum conducts various activities in the framework of meetings, seminars, lectures and tours throughout the city with the participation of academics, creators, curators and local researchers.

The museum is open Sunday - Thursday and Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00 and on Fridays from 10:00 to 14:00.

City Museum: Ben Gurion 11, German Colony, Haifa. 

Mana Katz Museum
'Mana Katz' is a museum dedicated entirely to the work of the artist Mana Katz, and is located on Yaffe Nof street, overlooking the view of the bay. The museum opened in the 70s in the artist's house, where he lived and worked until his death.

pay attention: These days the museum is closed for accessibility works for people with disabilities. • An update regarding its opening will be published later.

Mana Katz Museum: Yaffe Nof 89, Haifa

Hermann Struck Museum
is a house built as a residence and studio for the painter and printmaker Herman Struck. The building serves as a museum that commemorates Struck's work and presents changing exhibitions in the field of printing. The museum is located in the Hadar Carmel neighborhood in Haifa, at 23 Arlozorov St.

The museum is open Sunday - Thursday and Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00 and on Fridays from 10:00 to 14:00.

Herman Struck Museum: Arlozorov 23, Haifa

The Artists' Incubator - Haifa Museums Education Center
The center holds trainings for educational institutions, trainings for groups and classes. The Haifa Museums Education Center was established in order to deepen the understanding and enjoyment of the visitors to the exhibitions in the museums in Haifa and has as its goal to help the visitors to understand the art, the work of the various creators and to enjoy a visit to the museum in a deeper way. The center holds trainings and workshops for a wide variety of audiences - adults, children, families, students, art and culture lovers and tourists.

The museum is open Sunday - Thursday and Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00 and on Fridays from 10:00 to 14:00.

The incubator for artists: Shabtai Levy 26, Haifa

The German Colony

The German Colony (Photo: Verhaftig Venzian)
The German Colony (Photo: Verhaftig Venzian)

The German Colony Haifa is the first place where the Templars settled upon their arrival in Israel in the middle of the 19th century. Starting in 2000, the colony was resurrected after a successful conservation project and with the opening of restaurants along Ben Gurion Boulevard. Today the place is bustling with restaurants, cafes and bars alongside boutique hotels. From the boulevard you can enjoy the spectacular beauty of the Bahá'í Gardens and at the same time enjoy the atmosphere of a foreign country both during the regular season and during the Christmas season.

The German Colony, Haifa.

the seashores

Women walking on the beach - Tirat Carmel Beach (Photo: Yaron Karmi)
Women walking on the beach - Tirat Carmel Beach (Photo: Yaron Karmi)

The beaches of Haifa
Within the city of Haifa there are six beaches (Bat Galim Beach, Dado-Zamir Beach, Carmel-Meridian Beach, the Students' Beach, the Shekat Beach, and Naot Kiryat Haim) spanning about 17 km, of which 2.8 km are declared and regulated bathing beaches, along which there are lifeguard stations , staffed between 08:00 and 18:00.

The beaches in Haifa are considered prestigious as the national committee decided to forward a recommendation to the international committee to award 12 "blue flags" to Haifa's beaches. Along all the beaches you will find a series of beautiful promenades, some with restaurants and cafes, scattered benches as well as fitness facilities.

Sunset in Haifa Sea (Photo: Sharon Label)

The Pyramid, a center for contemporary art in Wadi Salib

The Pyramid House - Gallery in Wadi Salib (Photo: Yaron Karmi)
The Pyramid House - Gallery in Wadi Salib (Photo: Yaron Karmi)

"The Pyramid" Located in the heart of the city of Haifa and in one of the unique and historic neighborhoods of Wadi Salib, where the old flea market also operates and above it the Talpiot market. The pyramid building used to be a school for immigrant children in the neighborhood, and over the years it was abandoned until a group of artists came to it and started working and exhibiting there.

In 2016, the building was renovated and reopened in 2018. 13 active and active Haifa artists work in the pyramid. Visitors can enjoy free entry to art, culture, cinema, architecture, music and more events, and the pyramid balconies overlooking the harbor.

The place is open to visitors on Sundays - Thursdays from 10:00 to 17:00, on Fridays from 10:00 to 13:00 and on Saturdays from 10:00 to 15:00.

The Pyramid: Kibbutz Galvoit 24 A, Haifa.

Sami Ofer Stadium

Haifa • Sami Ofer Stadium (Photo: Yaron Karmi)
Haifa • Sami Ofer Stadium (Photo: Yaron Karmi)

Sami Ofer Stadium Built at a cost of approximately NIS 500 million to the highest standards and meets all the strict requirements in all international frameworks. The stadium meets UEFA standard level 4 and can host matches in all European frameworks.

The stadium includes many spaces with an area of ​​approximately 60,000 square meters and has 30,000 seats. In the planning of the stadium, emphasis was placed on the fact that the viewing angle for each and every one of the chairs in it would be optimal. The commercial complex on the western front of the stadium includes 20,000 square meters of commercial space, Recreation and entertainment, is owned by the economic company for Haifa. An area that, unfortunately, is not being used properly and not really to its potential.

Haifa • The football stadium named after Sami Ofer (drone photo: Marom Ben Aryeh)
Haifa • The football stadium named after Sami Ofer (drone photo: Marom Ben Aryeh)

The complex was supposed to include movie theaters with an area of ​​approximately 10,000 square meters, plus additional commercial areas intended for commerce, restaurants, cafes and bars. Although the stadium is still considered an attraction because of its beauty and the Statue of Liberty located at the entrance, the place could still become one of the attractions in the city, which also Seven years after its inauguration, it still hasn't been able to rise up and realize its potential, from message boards to hosting performances by the greatest singers and bands from Israel and abroad.

Sami Ofer Stadium: Pinchas and Abraham Rotenberg 2, Haifa.

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  1. Add also the grave of Rabbi Abdimi Daman. and the Kiryat Yam Promenade, and the Kiryat Motzkin Park

  2. Well done for posting. Please add to the list of Haifa museums: Chagall House of Artists, 24 Sderot Zionion. Presents changing exhibitions of the artists of the Haifa and North Artists Association.

    • It was also possible to add to the list a public garden that was proposed in the stream and on the side of the hill bordering the Rupin road (the former "reserve") - near Horev.
      It's just that no mayor, including the previous one, is willing to pick up the gauntlet to lease the area and develop what is required: another green lung in a location accessible to all ages in an estate area and to correct an injustice done since the days of Gural and to improve the quality of life of the residents of Haifa and the surrounding area.
      The potential is a gain for everyone including the residents of the area, the youth movements, the young and old, and even a view of the bay. A wasted opportunity, and a shame.

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