Top 10 things to do in Ramat Gan, Israel

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1.) Ramat Gan Stadium

Ramat Gan Stadium is the national football stadium in Arad City, Israel. The entire stadium is located in an 8,892 acre lot and it has a 41,583 capacity and serves as Israel’s largest stadium. Six extravagant changing rooms, press conferences hall, communications rooms, medical examination and drug checking, banquet and convention hall and guest rooms are some of the amenities the stadium offers.

2.) Moshe Aviv Tower

The Moshe Aviv Tower is one of the famous attractions in Ramat Gan, Israel. The tower is generally known as the “City Gate”.  It is the tallest building in Israel with 68 floors and a total height of 250 meters. Two architects namely Amnon Schwartz and Amnon Niv designed the structure. It got its name from the owner of the construction company, Moshe Aviv. Unfortunately, he died before it was even completed due to an accident in the year 2001 of October.

3.) Zoological Center of Tel Aviv-Ramat Gan

The Zoological Center of Tel Aviv-Ramat Gan is located in Ramat Gan, Israel. The safari park and zoo officially started its operation and was famously known as an African Animal Park in 1974. Almost ten years later a zoo was built at center of the park replacing the Tel Aviv Zoo, which had closed down.

4.) Elite Tower

The Elite Tower, which is located at Ramat Gan, Israel, will be a very tall building with several stories. It is a multi-purpose building that consists of a hotel, apartments, residential area, parking space and more. Its creation is in progress. The skyscraper, will share the title from its vicinity, the City Gate Tower. When completed, the total meter of the Elite Tower is 280.

5.) Harry Oppenheimer Diamond Museum

The Harry Oppenheimer Diamond Museum functions as a platform for the diamond industry in Israel. It just celebrated its 70th anniversary recently. The Museum is situated right at the core of the Israeli diamond complex in Ramat Gan. It got its title subsequent to the famous Chairman De Beers. The late Moshe Schnitzer launched the museum in the year 1986.

6.) Tel Aviv Dance Festival

The Tel Aviv Dance Festival is the most awaited and anticipated yearly dance event in Israel where the most talented dance performers from around the world perform in its brimming dance calendar. The dance festival is an outcome of the growth of the former Dance Europa Festival for four years after its beginning.

7.) Museum of Israeli Art

The Museum of Israeli started operating in 1987 and is one of the most remarkable art museums in Israel devoted to Israeli art. In 1998 the museum modified its guidelines and now dedicates 30% of its program to work by non-Israeli artists. The museum features 24 annual exhibits showcasing painting, sculptures, videos, 2D and 3D designs and photography. Every year 40 works are added and it encompasses works of the best Israeli artists.

8.) The National Park (Ramat Gan)

The National Park in Ramat Gan is a vast municipal park located in Ramat Gan, Israel. In reality, it is not really considered as a national park. Nevertheless, the entire park comprises an area of 1.9 km². It is then taken into account as the second largest municipal park in Israel, subsequent to the Yarkon Park.

9.) Walk around Bialik Street

Bialik Street is the core of both residential and commercial boulevard in Ramat Gan, Israel. The largest town square, which is called kikar orde’a and the municipality building, are both located in Bialik Street. Name it and Bialik Street has it. Exquisite boutiques that sell shoes, leather, jewelry, clothes, as well as food, refreshing drinks and electronics are available. Aside from shopping, most locals come to the area to meet friends and have a chat nonchalantly with them.

10.) Safari Park

Safari park in Ramat Gan, Israel or formally known as the Zoological Center of Tel Aviv-Ramat Gan, is a stimulating and uplifting way to experience and see some of the animals of our world. The animal park opened it’s doors to the general public in 1974 as an African animal park. Seven years after, in 1981, a zoo was organized and established in the middle of the park to take the place of the former Tel Aviv Zoo, which had closed down.

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