4 Most Amazing Offbeat Kid-Friendly Things To Do in Tel Aviv

Vegefied compiles a list of the top spots in Tel Aviv to visit with your family or your children. 

Jhoana Carla de Toro

Jhoana Carla de Toro

Updated: 13 May 2019

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Tel Aviv is more than just a party town or a beach town. True, adults will have a lot of fun in this place, but the city doesn’t run short of fun places where children can just be themselves, frolic and have fun! If you are planning to take the kids with you on your next trip to Tel Aviv, peruse of this list so they can be entertained to their heart’s content. 

Namal Market

Located in the Namal Port, Namal Market is not only friendly to adults but is also a very welcoming place for kids. Aside from the daily water show which runs with lights every half hour starting at 8:15 in the evening, there is also now a sweet carousel along the promenade that children which charges a minimal amount. It is something which children would surely love to go on to. The market is a good source of the finest ingredients and is often bustling with people sourcing something for their kitchens. There are tons of family-friendly shops and restaurants, a splendid playground and a great atmosphere which is made even better on late afternoons when everyone is treated with a stunning and romantic ocean view sunset. 

 

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Tel Aviv is a city that is pretty green and it has a plethora of parks which every toddler will like. The largest park of all and perhaps the most famous is Park HaYarkon located on the banks of the Yarkon River. There are a number of attractions for children such as a botanical garden, a hot air balloon, a small farm with goats, and a bird park. The park also has a massive playground with slides, swings, and climbing frames. Don’t forget to take some sandwiches and refreshments with you, as well as a picnic blanket and have a grand time with the family. 

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Hangar 12 at The Port

If you are looking for a place where you can eat delicious food with the kiddos, look no further. You can enjoy savory meals at Hangar 12 at The Port. Expect to be served dishes that are unique, well-designed and interesting, aside from being tasty. Recently restored to give the port a new lease on life, it is one of the hottest spots in town for people of all ages, from adults to tiny tots. It is constantly bustling with activities all throughout the day. Also located at the Tel Aviv Port is the “I love Tel Aviv” sign, and it definitely warrants a mandatory picture together with the whole family. After all, when there is no picture it means that it didn’t happen.

 

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Beit Hatfutsot

This is where you can take the kids to see an amazing collection of synagogue models from all over the globe. It is comparable to a dollhouse, but only with synagogues! There is a new exhibit for children which features heroes from all walks of life such as athletes, world leaders, scientists, and many more. A great way indeed for kids to be inspired by great men and women.

 

 

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