Museums and Visitors Centers

A museum or visitors center at a KKL-JNF forest, park or site around Israel tells the story of the area through engaging, interactive tools and displays. An experience not to be missed! 
 

 
*This is a brand new tourist resource. We are adding more information on the museums and visitors centers of KKL-JNF in the coming days. Keep visiting this page for updates!

Northern Israel

Golan Heights, Upper and Lower Galilee, Carmel, Haifa and Gilboa regions

Hula Lake Park and Visitors Center

Hula Lake Park and Visitors Center

There's tons to do in Hula Lake Park: covered wagon rides, bike riding, nighttime safaris, and visits to the botanical gardens featuring wetland vegetation.
 

Jabotinsky-Shuni Park

Jabotinsky-Shuni Park

An immersive experience in ancient Rome, sculpture and Jewish pioneer settlement, minutes away from Zichron Yaakov.

Central Israel

Jerusalem, Judean plain, Modiin, Dan and Sharon regions

KKL-JNF Educational Center and Museum

KKL-JNF Educational Center and Museum

At the KKL-JNF Museum and Educational center in Tel Aviv, you can watch how the fascinating story of the development of the State of Israel unfolds...
 

Ilanot Arboretum Interactive Visitors' Center

Ilanot Arboretum Interactive Visitors' Center

Do not miss the the interactive visitors center at the Ilanot Arboretum. Here, interactive displays, virtual reality, a wrap-around movie cinema and more reveal the secrets of the trees.

Southern Israel

Negev, Arava, Eilot and Eilat regions

The KKL-JNF David Nahmias Center in Gilat

The KKL-JNF David Nahmias Center in Gilat

The David Nahmias Center in Gilat tells the story of how KKL-JNF made the Negev bloom. Facilities include an accessible tree trail, a rescue garden, historic workshops and an experimental jojoba grove.

The Be'er Sheva Anzac Memorial Centre

The Be'er Sheva Anzac Memorial Centre

Learn the story of the ANZAC's, who bravely conquered Beersheba on behalf of the British in 1917, an important milestone on the road to an independent Jewish state in 1948.