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Mini Israel, Israel

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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2.4/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web
Admire the country’s iconic landmarks all in one place at Mini Israel, a park filled with scaled-down miniatures of hundreds of Israel’s famous buildings. Situated along the Star-of-David-shaped trails, the replicas depict more than 300 of Israel’s historic sites and places of architectural and religious significance. Enjoy the elaborately constructed miniatures of famous places, such as the Temple Mount, Bahai Gardens, and many others, adorned with intricately made figurines of humans, animals, and vehicles, as well as thousands of real bonsai trees. Plan to visit Mini Israel during your Gezer vacation using our convenient Gezer itinerary builder.
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  • The place is rusting due to lack of administration. We were here with the children and there is absolutely no fun activity for small kids! If they would put their money in the place I am sure they wil...  read more »
  • pretty interesting to visit this place. Israel submitted a very exact copies, from North to South. There are many existing exhibits (airport, moving planes, people praying at the Western Wall, etc. in addition, you can visit the Park Canada, Its monastery and tank Museum (in my opinion)
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  • Mini Israel portrays Israel at its worst. The models are run down and dilapidated, much is broken and badly in need of extensive repair - it's simply a waste of space. Only the 3D presentation is of s...  read more »
  • Went with my kids but got annoyed by too many little things that just ruined the overall experience. We paid the entry price (69 ILS per person) and then were charged for little things inside the park. Such as 10 ILS per person for a boring 15 minute film showing scenes of Israel (in 3D ooooh). Another 10 ILS per person for 8 minutes on a paddleboat in a very tiny pond. The exhibits showing bodies of water (Tel Aviv and Haifa) were filthy, the water level was so low that the ships were laying flat. They had green buttons at many of the exhibits that were supposed to do something or speak. None of them worked. Many exhibits were in disrepair. I can sum up the whole experience with the word "annoyed".
  • Nice place to learn about Israel
  • A great spot for the whole family. This place has miniatures of all the sightings of the country, from north to south. Audio tours are available in different languages. It's an open air park so avoid hot days.
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  • A total waste of money, 69 shekels per entrance or 59 if you are a senior citizen. Add to that 10 shekels to watch a 15 minute clip. Add to that the price of renting the audio equipment. For that you get piped music so loud and irritating that you want to run away - dirty lavatories without paper, no restaurant open. a cafeteria with not enough chairs to sit down to drink your coffee. Poorly maintained models of all different proportions - the larger models being advertisements for the major companies in Israel - no explanatory material anywhere near the models no logic to the layout. Broken pipes and installations presenting a run-down, depressing and highly overpriced rip off. I will never take visitors there again nor will I recommend it to others.
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