The 10 Best Things to Do in Hadera, Haifa District

Hadera (Hebrew: חֲדֵרָה‬, Arabic: الخضيرة‎ al-Ḫuḍayrah ) is a city located in the Haifa District of Israel, in the northern Sharon region, approximately 45 kilometers (28 miles) from the major cities of Tel Aviv and Haifa. The city is located along 7 km (5 mi) of the Israeli Mediterranean Coastal Plain. The city's population includes a high proportion of immigrants arriving since 1990, notably from Ethiopia and the former Soviet Union. In 2016 it had a population of 91,707.

1. Science Park at Technoda

2 Ha-Rav Nisim | Giv'at Olga, Hadera 3830702, Israel Museums, Children's Museums, Science Museums
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4.5 based on 37 reviews

Science Park at Technoda

Reviewed By Shajar R - BarAmBarAm

High maintenance state

Went at night since a big part of the park is out side and we were afraid that it would be too hot in mid day. It was great. The experiments in the auditorium were fun (the place was packed!). Exhibits both inside and outside are maintained very good (rel

2. HaSharon Park

Highway 4, Hadera, Israel Nature & Parks, National Parks
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4.5 based on 16 reviews

HaSharon Park

Reviewed By rafaely - Hadera, IsraelHadera, Israel

A nice place to walk on the beach

Beautiful beach with small bays. Walk from Michmoret to Givat Olga on the beach early morning or late afternoon. In the (short) spring the hills near the beach are green and full of flowers. A nice place to walk, rest, and watch sunset in your way from Te

3. Hadera River Park

Hadera, Israel Outdoor Activities, Nature & Parks, Beaches
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4 based on 40 reviews

Hadera River Park

Reviewed By Yitzchak M - Ramat Gan, IsraelRamat Gan, Israel

For Nature Lovers! Bring the kids!

We visited the Hadera River Park near Givat Olga (no entry fee) and enjoyed hiking along the riverbanks and over the new bridge of this wide (by Israel standards) river. The landscape is typical of the Sharon area, sandy and lots of Eucalyptus trees. Alth

4. Khan Museum

Rehov HaGiborim 74, Hadera 3838033, Israel Museums, Children's Museums, History Museums
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4.5 based on 7 reviews

Khan Museum

Reviewed By Lillan11 - Tel Aviv, IsraelTel Aviv, Israel

Very interesting and skillful staff

Highly recommended for any age. Kids loved it too. Tours can be customized as fit for any group and age.

5. The Salt & Pepper Museum

Hadera 38000, Israel Museums, Specialty Museums
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The Salt & Pepper Museum

The Biggest collection of Salt & Pepper Shakers in the world with over 37,000 unigue paris, with an amazing story. The many visitors who come enjoy enjoy a wonderful tour and hear the amazing personal story of the Museum owner Mr. Eita Bar-On

Reviewed By Zahava and Avik... A - Kfar HaoranimKfar Haoranim

very interesting visit

Very amazing visit. The collection is very big and verity of items is very special. there are about 30000 salt & peppers from all the world.

6. The Kibbutz Experience at Ein-Shemer - Activity Centre and Museum

Kibbutz Ein-shemer, Hadera 3881600, Israel Sights & Landmarks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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4.5 based on 3 reviews

The Kibbutz Experience at Ein-Shemer - Activity Centre and Museum

Reviewed By Deborah S - LondonLondon

A highlight of our trip

I would highly recommend Kibbutz Ein Shemer if you want to learn about early kibbutz life and kibbutz life today. Our English-speaking guide, Amir, was fantastic. He is a third-generation kibbutznik whose grandparents were among the first pioneers of the

7. The Eucalyptus Route

Sderot Rothschild, HaMeyiasdim Park, Hadera, Israel Sights & Landmarks, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Walking Areas, Historic Sites More
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The Eucalyptus Route

Reviewed By S P - Pardes Hanna Karkur, IsraelPardes Hanna Karkur, Israel

If you are in Hadera on a nice day, take a stroll on the path.

If you are hard to impress, skip this pleasant stroll through the center of town. Not much of anything other than a small park (remembering the good old days), that runs along side the in-city shopping mall.

8. Qaqun Fortress

Hadera, Israel Sights & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Sites More
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Qaqun Fortress

Reviewed By yossi41 - Beersheba, IsraelBeersheba, Israel

אזור עמק חפר המזרחי

כרגע בתהליך שיקום. הרבה צמחיה לאחר החורף הגשום. ממליץ אם אפשרי להיכנס לקיבוצים בסביבה.ביחוד לגבעת חיים. שם נמצא מוזיאון בית טרזין. ובכל קיבוץ גינון מהמם.

9. Shvil HaTapuzim

Road 65, Hadera 3835900, Israel Fun & Games, Nature & Parks, Game & Entertainment Centers
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4 based on 41 reviews

Shvil HaTapuzim

A unique theme park that combines unique water activities (in season) with a variety of dry installations, some challenging and some simply enjoyable. The park is adapted for children from 2 to 13 years old (with parents also invited to enjoy the challenge). Throughout the park, there are over 20 different facilities. Open on Saturdays, holidays and some vacation

Reviewed By Yitzchak M - Ramat Gan, IsraelRamat Gan, Israel

A kiddie wonderland in the middle of nature

I had an incrediblly wonderful day with ALL of my daughters (one) and MOST of my granddaughters at this wonderful, adventurous, kiddie wonderland, situated in the orange groves of the Sharon plain, replete with land rides, water rides, and "extreme" rides

10. David Ringler - Guiding in Israel - Tours

Enter a destinationHadera, Israel
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5 based on 20 reviews

David Ringler - Guiding in Israel - Tours

Licensed Tour GuideEnglish,French & Arabic speaking groups and individualsCultural Tours,Historical Tours, Culinary Tours, Limousin Service, V.I.P. ToursOver 20 years of Tourist Guiding in Israel Jordan Egypt Cyprus and TurkeyGuiding Hundreds of Groups, Families and Individuals through the years, Thorough knowledge of Regional History, Geography, Geology, Botanics, Zoology, Geopolitics, Cultures, ReligionsOwn brand new 7 Seater Limousine - Mercedes VianoSite related story telling specialty Deep knowledge of Cullinar Markets and Attractions(Bakeries, Winneries, Cheese Makers..)

Reviewed By Rafi M - Tel Aviv, IsraelTel Aviv, Israel

The best

We live in Israel, visited Jerusalem many times. This time. came for a weekend with our children (14, 12, 12 years old), who tend to easily get bored in guided tours. This time was definitely different. We all had a fascinating time with David. He kept our children interested. Seems everyone in the old city knows and likes David. We all had a great time. Highly recommended.

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