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Spring Festival

at Ein Yael

Chol HaMoed Pesach April 24-26 | 16-18 Nissan

“And with you in abundance are doers of work: hewers and stone masons and wood masons, and all artisans in all (manner of) work”

(1 Chronicles 22:15)

We invite you to gather with us at Ein Yael, create with nature and from nature, and connect to the cycles of the seasons and the renewal of spring.

We await you with natural arts and crafts workshops for children of all ages

Ein Yael honors and respects reservists and security forces and supports the evacuated families

Special discounts are available for eligible individuals

Entry by Reservation

The Site is Accessible

The festival features various workshops in ancient crafts, natural art, and traditional art.

 

  • Basketweaving with natural materials
  • Iron blacksmithing
  • Local pottery
  • Stone chiseling
  • Papyrus paper-making
  • Traditional weaving
  • Woodcraft
  • Leather crafting
  • Archaeological theater
  • Spring seedling preparation
  • Indigo dyeing
  • Mud building
  • Mosaic
  • Nature play space for toddlers 

The festival welcomes families and children of all ages.

April 24th to 26th (Wed-Fri) 

Wed-Thurs 9:00-17:00

Fri 9:00-14:00

Regular (Ages 4+) – 68 NIS

 

Evacuees, Reservists, Security Personnel – 28 NIS

(*discounts available for eligible persons and their nuclear families with presentation of relevant certificates/appendix)

 

Disabled persons (with certificate) – 40 NIS

 

Senior Citizens – 55 NIS

 

Family Discount:

 

5 participants – 325 NIS (for nuclear families only with IDs)

 

*For each additional participant, you must add a regular ticket to the cart (68 NIS)

 

For example: A family of two parents and four children can purchase a family ticket and add a regular ticket.

Ein Yael is located in Nachal Refaim, next to Malcha Mall and across from the Biblical Zoo.

You can navigate to “Ein Yael” via Waze.

 

Bus routes:

 

Line 363 to Nachal Refaim/Yitzhak Modai: The stop is a 10-minute walk to Ein Yael.

Lines to Malcha Mall – 14, 31, 17, 18: The mall is a 20-minute walk to Ein Yael.

 

Free parking, a beverage stand, sitting mats, picnic tables, and a special charm.

Is there a spring for bathing?

Ein Yael has an ancient spring pool and bathing is strictly prohibited.

 

Is the site baby stroller-friendly?

 

Ein Yael is mostly accessible with baby strollers. Some workshops may recommend parking strollers in designated spaces for ease of movement.

 

Is the site accessible by wheelchair?

 

Most of Ein Yael is wheelchair-accessible. The accessible path will take you to all the main festival areas, the archaeological site, accessible bathrooms, and the snack bar.

 

Is the place guarded?

 

Ein Yael is considered a reserve and will have armed security guards at all festival entry points.

 

Is the food at the snack bar kosher for Passover?

 

All the food served at the snack bar is sealed and kosher for Passover. Warm beverages prepared on-site are served in disposable cups.

 

*Please purchase festival tickets in advance; tickets may be available on-site on a first-come, first-served basis.

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