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Bavli Petting Zoo
A small, cozy living area with various animals and birds. The petting zoo has recently been upgraded and placed on a rock that contributes to animal activity, hoof enhancement, animal play area, bird nesting and improved hiding places and egg-laying cells. The petting  zoo is located in the Park, near 20 Kosovsky St.
Shachar Memorial
Created and donated by the artist Yigal Tamarkin in 1996 as a memorial for Shachar Ginosar. Additional contributors: Naor Tsion, Eli Yatspan, Meir Swisa, Yaakov Cohen, Yehuda Shteig and sons, Fiat-Lancia-Alpha Romeo Israel and Tuval Transportation company.   To Tel-Aviv memorial website, press here
A Nameless Memorial
steel, 1969 Motti meller Located between the Zapari and the Ayalon lanes bridge Courtesy of the Yehoshua Rabinowitz Art Fund, Tel Aviv.
Tel Aviv “Gan Ha’banim” Casualties of War Memorial Garden
A garden in which 11 groves of common Israeli tree types were planted, each representing a certain war or period in Israel’s history. Tall Granit pillars are engraved with the names of the victims.
Victims of Acts of Terror Memorial Garden
A memorial created in 2006 by Ganei Yehoshua park, to commemorate the 750 residents of Tel Aviv who fell victim to acts of terror which occurred since 1860. Located close to the IDF Soldiers’ memorial. To Tel-Aviv memorial website, press here
Rose’s Garden
Rose’s garden, is a Playground that was created as a peaceful memorial for Rose Pizam; a 4.5-year-old girl whose murder shocked the Israeli public, after her body was found in the Yarkon river in 2008.
Homage to Danziger
And they shall beat // Homage to Danziger Igael Tumarkin, steel, 1993 And they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more. // isaiah 2,4 Donated by Discount Bank in cooperation with the Yehoshua Rabinowitz Art Fund,... Read more »
Pendulum Statue
Created by the artist Gdaliya Suchovsky in 1975. Material: Painted steel Courtesy of the Yehoshua Rabinowitz Art Fund, Tel Aviv.
Curves Statue
Created and donated by the artist Yitschak Detsinger in 1974-1975. Material: Painted Concrete. Courtesy of the Yehoshua Rabinowitz art fund, Tel Aviv. The statue is an abstract piece, meant to cast a constantly changing shade due to its curved shape.
Unnamed Statue
Created by the artist Dalia Suchovsky in 1975. Material: Painted Steel.
Tomarkin Statue
Created by the artist Yigal Tamarkin in 1970-1971, who named it “Yachin ve Boaz”. Material: Corten Steel Courtesy of the Yehoshua Rabinowitz art fund, Tel Aviv.
10 Mills – Archeological Site
10 Mills is the biggest of all the mill sites found around the Yarkon river, with structural remains standing up to 3m tall. The site was uncovered in 1993 after having been completely covered by vegetation and drift sediments. Its operators added an 80m long flood protection wall, and a system of dams and channeling structures... Read more »
7 Mills – Archeological Site
The “7 mills” is called after 7 flour mills that were operated in the western part of a big flour-milling complex, which had existed in the area since the days of the Ottoman Empire. A damn was built to collect water from the Yarkon River, which was much bigger at the time, with 210 million cubic... Read more »
Rock Garden
The Unique Gardens are suitable for the whole family and open for public.Opening hours: Entrance is free! Suitable for all ages!
Topiary Garden
The Unique Gardens are suitable for the whole family and open for public. Entrance is free! Suitable for all ages!
Cactus & Succulents Garden
The Unique Gardens are suitable for the whole family and open for public. Entrance is free! Suitable for all ages!
Tropical Garden
The Unique Gardens are suitable for the whole family and open for public. Entrance is free! Suitable for all ages!
Wohl Amphitheater
Transportation to the Wohl Amphitheatre: Buses: Lines 28/521 from Tel-Aviv central station. Lines 21/47/48 from the Carmel market Line 48/47 from Ra’anana Parking: Ganey Yehosha parking lot. Artists parking: Lake grounds near the Wohl Amphitheatre. The area near the Amphitheatre can serve as a seating area for up to 1000 people and nearby is a... Read more »