Habimah Square, Tel Aviv
Categories: Civic Centers, Tourist Spots
Saunter through the minimalist architecture of Habimah Square, nestled in the heart of two of Tel Aviv's most visited streets. The geometrical pavilion stands overlooked by some of the city's most established cultural institutions, including the national theatre and auditorium. Grab a coffee and walk along the paths, neatly lined with almond trees and color-coordinated borders, as the sounds of local buskers fill the air. Suspended in the center of the square hangs a cylindrical sculpture by Israeli artist Menashe Kadishman, neighbored by a mirror water basin. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Habimah Square by using our Tel Aviv trip itinerary builder.
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Nice place for youngsters. The plaza is very popular for adolescents. Well worth a visit in the evening
At the end of Rothschild Boulevard, you'll find this beautiful square. The architecture is interesting and the nature and gardening are wonderful. In the square there is a large sculpture bu the famou... read more »
אחר הצהריים - מלא הורים וילדים, בבוקר, בכל בוקר חול שוטפים ומנקים, בכל בוקר סוגרים חלק אחר של הכיכר לצורך נקיון. מומלץ לעבור בעיניים פקוחות ובתשומת לב מרבית כי האופניים מכל הסוגים (חשמליים, רגילים, יל... read more »
One of my favorite Urban open-spaces in Israel ! A great place to chill out in the middle of you work day or your city tour. "Less is more." - There are no special attractions at the plaza. Just being in this central place, between the Theater and Orchestra buildings, watching the people around you going through or playing with their children at the lowered garden, makes you magically calmer and happy. The only time the plaza is not packed with joyful youngsters and families, is in mid-days of July-August, when the sun is just too much (The square is not shaded). As one of few central plazas in Tel-Aviv, Israel's biggest city, Habima Square hosts from time to time special events. From massive demonstrations to the annual water war (taking place around the street level shallow pool). Another summer monthly event is a soap-bubbles gathering (The Bubble Project), taking place every 1st friday.
Very nice looking but way too sunny to be comfortable at times
Cool tip: when sitting on the wooden stairs near of the garden, there's a pleasant music playing. Once there are performances inside the hall of culture auditorium, you can hear a live stream from inside ;-)
Cool place to hangout in the sun.
Sit back and relax on the sunken garden edge or just walk around near the beautiful flat pool.
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