Rokach House Historical Site Neve Zedek 1887
Rokach House was built by Shimon Rokach, a man with a vision, the entrepreneur and the developer of the new Jewish neighborhood, Neve Zedek.
The house tells the story of a dream come true, a dream of the Jews of Jaffa to build a new and independent neighborhood outside Jaffa, in the dunes along the coast.
Following Neve Zedek, more houses and neighborhoods were built, conquering the dunes to form the city of Tel Aviv.
The house with the dome, an architectural gem, the only house restored in the spirit of old Neve Zedek, provides visitors an atmosphere of authentic artifacts and furniture - a journey in time.
The house hosts special events, including two plays: “The Saga of Neve Zedek,” which portrays the life and times of Neve Zedek at its birth in 1887, and “Cabaret Neve Zedek,” a musical on Tel Aviv in the 1920s-30s.
The house features a permanent exhibition (paintings and sculptures) of the artist Lea Majaro Mintz, the granddaughter of Shimon Rokach, and temporary exhibitions by new and young artists.
Rokach House, 36 Shimon Rokach St., Neve Zedek
Tel: 972-3-5168042 Fax: 972-3-5168256
Thu, Fri, Sat: 10:00-14:00
* Discount on entry fee only
On display: Selected highlights from the museum's permanent collection; a biographical display from the museum's archive; a visit to the artist’s studio, preserved as it was in his lifetime; children's workshop; an audio guide Hebrew, English, French; guided tours in Hebrew, English & Russian.
Tours may be reserved in advance.
14 Bialik St. | 972-3-5255961
Mon-Fri: 10:00-15:00 | Tue: 10:00-20:00
*Discount on entry only
The “Nalaga’at” (“please touch” in Hebrew)
non-profit cultural center, located at the beautiful ancient port of Jaffa, has established itself as one of the world’s most innovative theaters and is among the leading cultural venues in Israel.
More than 600,000 people from Israel and abroad have attended the center since its opening in December 2007.
The “Nalaga’at” team includes disabled people - deaf and blind - who succeed with their humanity to touch each and every one of us and break our boundaries within.
Ranked #1 of 111 attractions in Tel Aviv, and a certificate of excellence holder on TripAdvisor.
Tel: 972-3-6330808; 6330808
Blackout A unique dining experience in complete darkness
Sun, Tues, Wed, Thurs: 18:30 & 21:00
Reservations: 972-3-6330808, ext 1
*Benefit: Performance + dinner at Blackout: NIS 190
(full price: NIS 220).
Suzanne Dellal Center
for Dance and Theatre
Offering more than 700 performances a year contemporary dance, , as well as children and youth theatre performances - in the heart of the historical and charming Neve Tzedek quarter.
5 Yechiely St. Neve Tzedek
The Israeli Opera,
at the heart of Tel-Aviv The Israeli Opera at the heart of Tel-Aviv, located in the Tel-Aviv Performing Arts Center, is the only opera house in the country. The Israeli Opera presents a large variety of opera, international dance and classical and jazz concerts of the highest artistic standards. All opera performances are accompanied with English surtitles.
Address: 19 Shaul Hamelech St.