Art tours

Israel’s art scene is vibrant, nuanced, and among the most innovative in the world. But do not confine yourself to the amazing museums, such as the Tel Aviv Museum of Contemporary Art or the world-famous Israel Museum. We find art in the streets and in the markets. Join a Graffiti tour in Florentine or walk the Machane Yehuda market at night, when it transforms in to an inspiring art gallery.

A visit to the Design Museum in Holon is also a must. Experience as well Israel’s internationally acclaimed dance companies. Attend a performance of Batsheva, Inbal, or the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company.

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Sample itinerary

Day 1:

(Program on this day will be adjusted to accommodate arrival time)
Afternoon arrival.
Opening: Creativity in Israel and Jewish Tradition – a unique tour of the Old City Flavors of Israel: Tasting tour of the Mahane Yehuda Market with Reuven Filo.

Overnight: David Citadel, Jerusalem Dinner included

Day 2:

Breakfast at hotel.

Briefing with David Horovitz, Founding Editor of Times of Israel Enjoy a unique tour of the stone of Jerusalem with Arik Grubelsky
Lunch in Ela Valley.
Head out of Jerusalem to Ela Valley for a visit to the Vertigo Dance Company workshop in the Eco-Art Village on Kibbutz Netiv Halamed Heh.
Dinner at restaurant Concert/Performance (at Massada, if available, Jerusalem Theater also a possibility).

Alternative: late night tour of challah bakeries.

Overnight: David Citadel, Jerusalem Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner included

Day 3:

Breakfast at hotel.

Visit the Yad Vashem Art Museum, the largest and most wide-ranging such collection in the world.
Options: Choice between visiting the galleries and studios in the charming Ein Karem, neighborhood or traveling to Binyamin Region for Lunch and tasting at the acclaimed Psagot Winery and a tour of the area.
Return to hotel to prepare for Shabbat.
Optional tefilot Shabbat dinner at hotel.

Overnight: David Citadel, Jerusalem Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner included

Day 4:

Breakfast at hotel.
Optional tefilot.
Architectural and historical walking tour of early Jerusalem neighborhoods Enjoy Shabbat lunch at the home of a Jerusalem family (Shabbat of a Lifetime)
Free/rest time.
Suggestion: Explore new exhibits at the Israel Museum.
Dinner on own and night out in Jerusalem.

Overnight: David Citadel, Jerusalem Breakfast and Lunch included

Day 5:

Breakfast at hotel.

Tour the recently-opened Museum of Hebrew Music in the Nahalat Shiva neighborhood of Jerusalem. Afterwards, explore the shops and galleries that lend the neighborhood its special flavor.
Tasting and light lunch at Castel Winery in the Judean Hills Visit Utopia Orchid Park on Kibbutz Bachan, a new treasure in the Sharon region
Tour exhibits at the Museum of Art on Kibbutz Ein Harod. The Museum features Israeli and Jewish art from the 17th century to modern day.
Dinner at hotel.

Evening Speaker: Col. (Res.) Marco Morenas, former head of Israeli relief efforts on behalf of victims of the Syrian Civil War.

Overnight: Setai Hotel, Galilee Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner included

Day 6:

Breakfast at hotel.

Tour the galleries of Safed’s Artist Quarter and enjoy a brief concert with local musicians.
Visit the gallery of artist Sarah Shoval Lunch on own.

Ride along the Syrian border in a jeep. Hear about the challenges at this sensitive border and the history of the region.
A young immigrant from Montreal moved to the Golan with a clear goal: to establish a local distillery. Hear David Zibell’s story and sample his spirits.
Dinner at Zigel in Amiad.

Overnight: Setai Hotel, Galilee Breakfast and Dinner included

Day 7:

Breakfast at hotel.

Tour the unique Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art View the famous Bahai Gardens Lunch en route.
Walk through the Ramat Hanadiv Gardens in Zichron Yaakov.
Visit with master violin bow craftsman, David Samuels Dine at Chef Mor Cohen’s famed Herbert Samuel Restaurant in Herzliya.

Overnight: Carlton Hotel, Tel Aviv Breakfast and Dinner included

Day 8:

Breakfast at hotel.

While walking through the Neve Tzedek neighborhood, we are witness to how the first attempt to settle outside of Jaffa has today morphed into both a cultural hub and hipsterville. In Neve Tzedek we will visit the Suzanne Delal center and one of the dance company studios, meeting with a leading member of the company. We will also step insight the Nahum Gutman Museum, viewing the creations of this pioneering Israeli artist.
Lunch on own.
Visit downtown Tel Aviv-Jaffa on a fashion tour with Galit Reismann. Meet a textile designer who works with ecological/innovative materials and hear the story of the revival of the only historic Israel fashion house that is still located today in the beautiful American Colony neighborhood. Galit will guide you through the Noga neighborhood and enlighten you with more stories and successes of the emerging local industry.
Walk through Tel Aviv’s Carmel Market and enjoy dinner on your own.
Performance at Habima or Opera House.

Overnight: Carlton Hotel, Tel Aviv Breakfast included

Day 9:

Breakfast at hotel.

Visit the studio of artist Bracha Guy Tour the "Heart of Tel Aviv" and visit the Photohouse, documenting Israel’s journey toward statehood and the early years of the State.
Lunch on own in Lewinsky Market Free time for shopping.

Late afternoon Graffiti tour in Florentine.
Closing dinner at Chef Meir Adoni’s Blue Sky Restaurant in Tel Aviv

Transfer to Ben Gurion International Airport Breakfast and dinner included

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