Things to do in Israel this month

Discover what’s on this month in the Holy Land as we roundup the best festivals, events, jazz jams and more
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By Time Out Israel Writers |
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Dig out your dancing shoes, throw on your finest classical concert-viewing attire or simply tuck in for a good night’s rest and save energy for daytime events. Either way, there’s something to do in Israel this month for every person. From outdoor festivals to indoor entertainment, Time Out’s got you covered with the hottest happenings this month. Start your month off with a bang and keep the good times rolling with our picks of the very best things to do in Israel this month.

What's on this month

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Things to do, Exhibitions

Hide & Seek - Maarten Baas

icon-location-pin Design Museum Holon, Holon
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Hide & Seek exhibition features young Dutch Designer, Maarten Baas’ designs who gained notoriety in 2002 by burning flea market and ikea found furniture

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Art market
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Shopping, Markets and fairs

Nahalat Binyamin Arts and Crafts Fair

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In one of the oldest districts in Tel Aviv, adjacent to the Carmel Market, Nahalat Binyamin Street has a wonderful now-not-so-well-known secret, which makes itself known twice a week

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Things to do, Exhibitions

Sculpt: Grumpy Bear, The Great Spinoff

icon-location-pin Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv - Jaffa
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The french artist’s collection of work entitled, Sculpt: Grumpy Bear, The Great Spinoff, is inspired by the children’s television program, “Care Bears”

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Things to do, Concerts

The Seven Sopranos

icon-location-pin WOW Theater, Eilat
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Partnering with the Ministry of Tourism, The Israeli Opera brings to Eilat a performance 

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Things to do, Exhibitions

Defense Lines: Maginot, Bar-Lev and Beyond

icon-location-pin The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv - Jaffa
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Tel Aviv University is proud to house in the Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery and Michel Kikoïne Foundation an exhibit documenting the history of two fortification lines

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