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Day Outing 'Beat the Heat' to Ein Harod

Day Outing 'Beat the Heat' to Ein Harod

Wednesday 17 July

TRAVELLING WITH ESRA ‎ to 'BEAT THE HEAT'

A bus outing to Kibbutz Ein Harod

 

On the programme:

Beit Sturman Museum - founded in 1941 in memory of Chaim Sturman, ‎a founder of the kibbutz. The museum educates about the nature, history, archaeology and settlement of the ‎Jezreel Valley and is one of the largest archaeological museums in Israel.
Learn about the Orde Wingate ‎connection, watch a film about the region and see the monument dedicated to the kibbutz members who ‎fell in Israeli wars.‎

The Museum of Art in Ein Harod - established by members of Kibbutz Ein Harod on the initiative of the artist Haim Atar. Its ‎first home in a wooden hut was converted into an art museum in January 1938.
Its permanent ‎building, the first museum building to be erected in Israel, was inaugurated in the midst of the War of ‎Independence (October 1948).‎

LUNCH: Bring your own, or eat at Café Bickels in the sculpture garden of the museum - light dairy meals available (open on Shabbat).


Price: ESRA members NIS 130 | Non-members NIS 170

Reservations: Click on the Register button below to pay online or call ESRA Booking Office 09-748 2957

Cancellation fees: Up to 72 hours prior to outing 10% (for admin); less than 72 hours – no refund



BUS LEAVES: ‎

‎08:15   Tel Aviv: Bus bay on Derech Namir at the side of the Savidor/Arlozorov Train Station

08:40   Ra'anana: Derech Hapark opp. ‘Palace Ra’anana’ 

0‎9:00   Netanya: Route 2 - Sonol Gas Station before bridge

ESRA TOURS are suitable for participants who are in good health and do not need assistance. 

Event Properties

Event Date Wednesday 17 Jul 2019
Individual Price ESRA members NIS 130 | Non-members NIS 170
We are no longer accepting registration for this event

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