A place for Judaism in the secular city.
When walking down Allenby Street in Tel Aviv, the Great Synagogue is hard to miss. One of the grandest buildings in the city, it is a centre of Jewish life in one of Israel’s least religious cities. Come by for a Shabbat service, or just stop by to see the architectural beauty. As Allenby is one of the most bustling streets in Tel Aviv, it is convenient to come while seeing everything else the city has to offer. The Great Synagogue has been a part of Tel Aviv since the early days of the settlement and many leaders in Israeli history have visited it. It is truly an important part of Tel Aviv’s story.
|Venue name:||Great Synagogue (Tel Aviv)|
110 Allenby St
|Opening hours:||See website for service times|