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Haifa Bay View - Entertainment and Attractions

Tours and VIP service

Activities for adults

Around the hotel, located in Carmel, a variety of entertainment options on sites, cultural shows, restaurants and walking tours. For information and recommendations, please contact the reception.

Dream House (Beit Halomotay) – The Children’s Kingdom in Haifa

Dream House, the children’s kingdom of the north, is the place for parent and children entertainment and games – kindergartens, elementary school classes and organized groups.
Tarzan slides, ball pools, computer games, toddlers’ corner, water games with the giant bucket and water slides, birthdays, parties, kindergarten functions and activities for organized groups 
Opening hours:
School holidays, Saturdays and holidays: 10:00 a.m. to 20:00 p.m.; for groups – by prior arrangement; birthday parties – by prior arrangement.
Tel: 04-8410084.
How to get there:
Hotzot Hamifratz Mall, Haharoshet Street, Haifa.

Havayat Harohvim

About the site:
Israel’s largest horse ranch, which constitutes a huge facility for adventure activities, events and superb meals at the Cat Ballou steak house. The adventure activities include: horse riding, jeep trips, abseiling, mountain bike riding, cowboy games, navigation hikes, rope park, pool (in summer), beach games at the Carmel beaches, and complex pastoral tours.
Complementary services:
Opening hours:
Throughout the year – by prior arrangement.
How to get there:
Follow the signposts from the entrance to Beit Oren in the Carmel Park. Drive from Tel Aviv: about an hour.
Special activities:
Adventure in Tabbash:
An unforgettable experience in Tabbash – an authentic shepherds’ village where Jewish and Bedouin life integrates offers hospitality in the shepherd flute cabin.
The site features an active leisure center offering private and institutional events, and organized activities for adults and children: horse riding in the forest, mountain bike trips, jeep trips, bus tours to historical sites, tours of houses from books, extreme climbing wall, rope park, and best of all: social events and shepherd evenings spiced with amusing stories about the shepherd period by Mustafa Tabbash. Especially exciting activities in proper Bedouin tradition await the children: singing and humor with Youssef the musician, creative activities, snake park, donkey drawn carriage rides, horse riding and treasure hunts with loads of surprising stops along the way leading to the magical candy forest.
Additional services:
Events: production of unforgettable private and institutional events in nature or in the Cat Ballou restaurant in the complex. The events include sumptuous kosher meals and entertainment.

Tel: 04-8307242
Fax: 04-8307262
Email: havayat@zahav.net.il

Rosh Hanikra

About the site:
An extraordinary cable car and grotto adventure awaits visitors to Rosh Hanikra: spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea and shoreline from the cliff and the steepest cable car ride in the world. A walking track carved into the mountain in the grotto allows visitors to walk around the grottos – a unique natural wonder formed by water hitting the rock. “The Sea and the Rock” light-and-sound show introduces you to the mountain and the sea and what lies within them in all their glory, and allows you to enjoy a story that has been continuing for thousands of years. Discover nature from angles you’ve never seen before. The amazing photographs of grotto formation, the train at Rosh Hanikra (compliments of the British War Museum), and the reconstruction of the railway bridge explosion all constitute evidence of the site’s history. The show is screened in Hebrew, Russian, English, Spanish and Arabic. “The Small Train of Rosh Hanikra” – tour in the train along the coast between Ahziv and Rosh Hanikra. “Or Nikrot” – a unique site for all kinds of events for up to 320 guests at the foot of the mighty white cliff surrounded by the blue sea. The “Al-Hagvul” kosher restaurant overlooking the magnificent Mediterranean Sea and shoreline for up to 120 guests. A diverse selection of menus available for groups and events by prior arrangement. “Rosh Acher” evening coffee shop operates during the summer with a variety of entertainment for adults and teenagers, light refreshments and a romantic ambience (recommended to arrange in advance).
Complementary services:
Disabled access.
Souvenir shop.
Public telephone.
Snack bar.
Opening hours:
Winter: 08:30 a.m. to 16:00 p.m.; summer: 08:30 a.m. to 18:00 p.m.
July and August: 08:30 a.m. to 23:00 p.m. Fridays and holidays until 16:00 p.m.
How to get there:
Route 4 (north) 10 km north of Nahariya. Public transport: via Egged from Nahariya.
Tel: 1-800-229494, 04-9857109
Fax: 04-9857107
Email: rosh_hanikra@rahan.org.il

Haifa Municipal Theatre

The Haifa Municipal Theatre was founded forty years ago and was the first municipal theatre to be established in Israel.
Many of the theatre productions have gained international acclaim and success in prestigious festivals overseas, such as: “The Caucasian Chalk Circle” and “The Tricks of Marriage” at the Venice Festival; “Metamorphosis” in Munich; “A Jewish Soul” at the Edinburgh and London Festivals followed by tours in German cities, Chicago, Washington, Los Angeles and New York; “Ghetto” toured German cities, Chicago and Washington; “A Palestinian Woman” toured German Cities, Amsterdam, Brussels, Antwerp and more.
The theatre’s activities also include youth and adult enrichment classes by stage director Roni Kenan for the last ten years.
Furthermore, additional events are held there in cooperation with the municipality, among which are: “Literary Cabaret” in cooperation with the municipal cultural department and opening the theatre’s activities at Krieger Hall in the French Carmel neighborhood in cooperation with the Leo Beck community center.
In the upcoming new season, the theatre will return to its permanent venue in Hadar Hacarmel, which has recently undergone renovations to become one of Israel’s most exclusive buildings. A parking lot for 300 vehicles has been built next to the theatre.
Opening hours:
Sunday to Thursday: 09:00 a.m. to 21:00 p.m.
Friday: 09:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Saturday: open only if there is a show.
How to get there:
50 Pevsner Street.

The Haifa Municipal Theatre: 04-8600500
Theatrical shows, guest shows, adult and youth enrichment classes and other events.

Hay Park – Kiryat Motzkin

About the site:
Hay Park covers some 10 hectares and features a unique zoo, expansive lawns, playground crafted by artists from Ein Hod, a swan lake, a restaurant and two snack bars.
Complementary services:
Tent encampment.
Horse rides
Camel rides
Disabled access
Water fountains and washrooms
Opening hours:
Summer (April to September): Sunday to Thursday and Saturday: 09:00 a.m. to 19:00 p.m.; Friday: 09:00 a.m. to 13:30 p.m. Winter (October to March): Sunday to Thursday and Saturday: 09:00 a.m. to 16:00 p.m.; Friday: 09:00 a.m. to 13:00 p.m.
How to get there:
79 Hahashmonaim Street, Kiryat Motzkin (opposite Beit Ildan). Travel from Tzabar junction to Rabin circle. Turn right at the circle and continue to the end. The city has signposts directing the way.
Special activities:
Children’s activities: large petting zoo, amazing zoo, beautiful playground crafted from wood and more.
Hay Park – Kiryat Motzkin
Tel: 04-8747445/8
Fax: 04-8747791
Email: parkkm@netvision.net.il

Dramatized tours in the German Quarter

Dramatized tours of Haifa’s reconstructed German Quarter.

Tel: 1-800-30-50-90, 04-8535605/6 ext. 105.

The story of the Templar settlement in the German Quarter enacted by actors.
Come and take part in the story of the Templar settlement in the German Quarter by joining a dramatized tour with the actor-guides, who will let you experience the mood of that period by playing the roles of the Templars who established the German Quarter.
To end the tour, you may want to try some of the best restaurants and flavors Haifa has to offer.
Opening hours:
Every Saturday at 11:00 a.m. a dramatized tour of the German Quarter departs. Open to the public.
Advanced reservations must be arranged.
How to get there: 48 Ben Gurion Boulevard.
Tel: 1-800-30-50-90, 04-8535605/6 ext. 105.
The story of the Templar settlement in the German Quarter enacted by actors.


Ramat Hanadiv Gardens

Tel: 04-6293333
Fax: 04-6293231
Manicured gardens, walking nature trails, archaeological sites and educational activities. Ramat Hanadiv Gardens, located south of Zikhron Ya’acov, covers some 450 hectares of land, which includes cultivated gardens surrounded by natural land. The gardens surround the graves of Baron Benjamin (Edmond) de Rothschild (1845-1934) and his wife Baroness Ada (Adelaide) de Rothschild (1853-1935). The baron and his wife were reburied in Ramat Hanadiv Gardens in a state ceremony in April 1954. During the last fifty years, the gardens have become an attraction for tourists in Israel who enjoy manicured gardens, nature trails, archaeological sites and educational activities. The meticulous gardens (some 7 hectares) include expansive lawns, thick trees, roses and seasonal flowers. A Cascade Garden, Rose Garden, Palm Garden and Fragrance Garden are spread out along the trail. The garden also houses an amphitheatre where concerts are held in the summer and the crypt situated in the heart of the garden. Entry to Ramat Hanadiv is free of charge and there is no need to arrange visits in advance. We recommend coordinating special events (for over 50 guests) with the information center. The information center adjacent to the parking lot offers information booklets for sale and information about the various tours in the Memorial Gardens and the Nature Park as well as other sites in the region. Wheelchairs may be borrowed at the site.
Opening hours:
Sunday to Thursday: 08:00 a.m. to 15:45 p.m.
Friday and holiday eve: 08:00 a.m. to 13:45 p.m.
Saturdays and holidays: 08:00 to 16:00 p.m. (the crypt is closed).
During the intermediate days of Passover and Succoth the site is open until 18:00 p.m.
How to get there:
Northwards along the Tel Aviv-Haifa Freeway (Route 4) turn right at the Binyamina junction (Route 653), continue for about 5 km then turn left towards Zikhron Ya’acov (Route 652) and follow the signposts to Ramat Hanadiv.