A 90 dunams orchard connects the Eretz Israel Museum with Tel Aviv and the public as a whole, on the museum’s west side. There’s an ecological pool, a renovated textile house and flour mill, a sundial square, a bunch of museum-owned archeological exhibits, lawns, mulberry trees, plants from Israel and the Mediterranean, a planetarium, picnic spots, and a lot of accessible paths.
Over the summer and vacation, there’s going to be outdoor events at the orchard. We opened the first phase of the orchard project with 50 dunams out of the total 90 dunams for free. The rest will be open after it’s renovated.