Below is a list of sites that can be accessed with a wheelchair.
Jerusalem’s Old City – There is a marked path through Jewish Quarter. Sites include: Kever David (tradional site), Cardo, Hurva Synagogue, Burnt House, Arab Shuk, Batei Machse, Museum of the Last Stand
Kotel is accessible
Tunnel Tours of the Western Wall (Kotel)– call to clarify current access.
Southern Wall Excavations – partial; full access to Davidson museum
Ir David (City of David)– only the visitor’s center where you can get view of area
Bible Lands Museum
Hall of Heroism – Underground museum
Citadel of David night sound and light show is accessible.
Museum of Zion
Other Jerusalem sites and activities:
Sifting project at Emek Tzurim- will need to drive to site
Between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv
Har Adar (Radar Hill)
Latrun Tank museum
New Visitor's Center and interactive presentation
Zomet Intitute on Halacha and Technology
Pina Chama for soldiers
Oz V'gaon memorial recreational park
Tel Aviv –
Hall of Independence (let them know in advance - when you arrive, they will open side gate for access);
Palmach Museum, Diaspora Museum
Enjoy a delicious meal at the port
Sarona Park and Market
Na Laga’at Center – dinner in the dark, theater
Appolonia national park – (Herziliya)
Ein Afek Nature Reserve
Nahal HaShofet – 1 mid-level uphill
Caesarea – many parts – but in those parts there are some rough terrain
Zichron Yaakov – Pedestrian Street, Synagogue, Museum of First Aliya
Ramat HaNadiv – Beautiful gardens at Rothschild memorial
Bahai Gardens overlook
Yehi’am Fortress National Park
Tel Dan Nature Reserve
Har Ben Tal
Talmudic Village of Katzrin
Um el Kanatir (Oct 2017)
Madjrassa – dry path
Hula Nature Reserve
Nahal Harod – Harod Stream
Belvoir Crusader Fortress -
Tzippori – with difficulty
Kasr el Yahud – Location where Am YIsrael crossed into Eretz Yisrael at the end of the Exodus
Dead Sea Region
Einot Tzukim – Dead Sea park
Masada – they offer an electric wheel chair – must be reserved in advance (02-991-1117). If not available – I suggest ask park ranger to drive person to bathhouse structure then the rest is downhill.
Hatzerim air force museum
Top beaches: Israel has 23 wheelchair accessible beaches. A few have special Beach wheelchairs
Hilton Hotel’s Beach has long ramps to beach – ending a few feet from the water. Can request their special BEACH WHEELCHAIR that can be rolled into the water – they have 2 of them.
Metzitzim beach- Disabled parking, disabled toilets, access to shaded cover for disabled, near the water line.
Ashdod Mei Ami Beach has a nice path that allows you to get very close to the water
Haifa Dado beach – Disabled parking, disabled toilets, beach access.
Beit Yanai beach-Disabled toilets, accessible restaurant, disabled parking, moderate leverage to the beach.
Netanya Sironit beach- Disabled parking (requires payment), special wheelchairs for the beach.
Herzliya Eden beach - Disabled parking, disabled toilets, beach access.
Tour of the 1st neighborhoods outside the Old City wall
Tel el Ful, Psagot, Beit El, Amona, Shilo, Maale Levona, Itamar, Elon More, Har Kabir, Har Bracha, Yitzhar, Ariel and more
Walk along the paths of the Avot - deepen your appreciation of the Tanach:
Jacob's dream, God's promises, Chana's Tfilah, site of the mishkan, Yosef's tomb, wineries, crafts, meet the local residents, see spectacular views
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