Wherever we live, we bring the Land of Israel into our homes on Sukkot, Passover, Shavuot, Tu Beshvat and just about every other Jewish holiday that is rooted in nature.
At Neot Kedumim, the Biblical Landscape Reserve, with its eye-level experience of Israel’s natural beauty, the special holiday foods, customs and Torah readings you share at home and at the synagogue make more sense. How did the ancients build their Sukkot? What do the words “land of milk and honey” really mean? What was life like for Ruth at the barley harvest? You’ll find all the answers, and much more, at this 624-acre reserve.
Romantic, nature-laden symbolism comes alive along the Song of Songs Path, which many a couple has walked before standing under their wedding canopy at Neot Kedumim.
Neot Kedumim, located near Ben-Gurion International Airport, offers self-guided tours complete with a plant guide, and guided tours based on themes or texts of your choice. A “biblical meal” can also be a feature of the visit.
Neot Kedumim, where hands-on learning and fun are the hallmarks, is also a wonderful venue for Bar and Bat Mitzvah celebrations.