Our Streets: Houses of Emek Refa’im
Jerusalem Artists’ House and Home of the Bezalel’s Founder
Some Important Details
Date and Time
Thursday, February 22
10:00am | Tour Length: 2 hrs approx
35 NIS for residents from the North and South conflict areas
From its origin as the main street of a quiet, pastoral neighborhood built by the Templers, Emek Refa’im St has become an entertainment and cultural center. Wander the German Colony neighborhood built in 1873 by the Templers. Learn about the cultural and religious buildings, the homes of the residents, and the cultural institutions on the street throughout its history. Includes wine and chocolate tasting.
Tour is offered in conjunction with the exhibit “Street Games”, an interactive, architecture experience inspired by the books of architect David Kroyanker.
Meeting point: Courtyard outside the main entrance of the Orient Hotel.
The tour is subject to a minimum number of participants | There may be changes due to weather | Private group tours can also be arranged – for details > *2884 | groupsales@neta