Visitor’s Center – Acre
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The center has a short movie (7minutes) about Acre. There are guided tours in Ancient Acre, the fortress of the hospitalaric neighborhood (the knight’s halls), a tour in the Templer’s cave, and interactive presentations.
Treasure in the Wall
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In the eastern wall of Ancient Acre a center for ethnography and folklore opened. The museum is located in ”Borge el Commander” that was used in the past as a barracks for the Ottoman soldiers, and a treasure of rare collections that reflect the way of life in the Galilee in the 19th Century.
Ofan ba Teva
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Organized bicycle tours for individuals, families and groups in advance accordance. Renting of Bicycle and accompanying equipment, assistance for independent riders. There is also a possibility of an event that integrates riding and meal and/or visit in a Galilean site. Location- Ben Ami
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Sailing in tornado boats from Ahkziv to Rosh Hanikra and jeep trip; fun and pleasurable for the whole family. Active throughout the day, with appointments made in advance. There is bicycle and accompanying equipment rental, assistance for those riding on their own.
The Tour Ship ”Malkat Acko”
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This is a sailing trip that takes about 30 minutes around the walls of Acre. The ship has two storeys and holds up to 250 people.
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Right next to the knight’s halls in Ancient Acre you will find a structure from the Ottoman Period, which is built from crisscrossed domes. The structure operates as a museum, which presents revolving exhibitions of Israeli art alongside a permanent collection from the work of the artist A. Okshi.
The Templers’ Cave
From the Templers’ fortress whose remnants are covered today by the sea there was a tunnel that led to the east. The bottom part is mined in natural rock, and its upper portion is built from granite stones and above it a half barrel dome.
Hahamam Haturky in Acko
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A public bathhouse that was built by El Jazzar in the year 1795 and is built in the framework of the Eastern bathhouses that were customary during the Turkish Empire in the 18th and 19th Century. The site tells the story of the experiences of the last bath attendant.
Shop for meaningness
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The shop is located in Salah A-Din street.
The Bravery Museum in Acre
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The museum of the resistance prisoners in Acre is located in a fortress in the northern part of the Ancient city. The fortress was built during the Ottoman Empire rule on the Crusader groundwork and was used as the castle of the area’s leaders.