What's on this week
On Yom Kippur, you won’t find a bustling city like you would on any other day of the year. All businesses, restaurants and shops will be closed and the public transportation will not be running, so plan accordingly. The Kotel, however, will be busier than ever. Jews from Israel and all over the world travel to Jerusalem to pray at one of the holiest sites on one of the holiest days of the year.
The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra plays music in periodical instruments, and using techniques and performance methods to suit. The orchestra has a new fall concerts that will make you wish to you could dive back in time. When: September-December
"Leonardo what’s your story", an exhibition for the whole family to mark the 500th anniversary of the passing of the artist and Renaissance man Leonardo da Vinci, which sheds light on Leonardo, who is considered by many to be the most curious man in the world.
A new exhibit marks a triple celebration: 80 years for the iconic square and its renewal this year, 100 years for the Bauhaus School, and 20 years for the establishment of the Bauhaus Center in Tel Aviv The Tel Aviv Bauhaus Center presents a new exhibition spanning the history of Dizengoff Square, through historical photos from various collections, original vintage details from the square, architects and planners' stories with sketches, and offers an in-depth examination of the various details that make up the square from its inception until today. Closing: October 31st
Agnon House celebrates 80 years for the publication of the book “A guest for the night”; one of Agnon’s best works and one of the top literary works in the Hebrew language in general. When: September-October
From Ancient Greece to Neverland: these upcoming exhibits at the Israel Museum are a great way to spend some time indoors and away from the heat.
The Tower of David Museum presents a new photographic exhibition: The Mountain, a photographic journey to the Temple Mount 1839 - Until our time. When: Until October. Where: The Tower of David Museum.
Snap your fingers, tap your feet - because Tel Aviv is alive with beautiful be-bop and cross-rhythm from the jazz genre. As we see more and more special jazz nights popping up on the regular, we have rounded up our favorites, giving you the opportunity to take a hit of the stuff any night of the week.
Jewelry Making: Past & Present, a new exhibition at the Museum of Islamic Art, presents a thousand years of jewelry making that maintains a fascinating dialogue between cultures, religions, past and present.
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.