The Hidden Treasure
- +972 (0)4-6930020, +972 (0)52-6930349
A guided tour among the creators and their creations all over Rosh Pina: oil creations, aquarelle, pastels, Japanese brush, vitrage and more… guided by Sigal Eshet-Shafett, an art curator in Rosh Pina.
Travelling with Pearl
- +972 (0)4-6970089, +972 (0)54-5459970
An exciting tour in the depths of the ancient city, whose stones tell stories of thousands of years. We will seek out the Safed elders, kabbalists and hassids, visit the artist’s district, hear about the 1948 battles & the kleizmers.
Reuven Sade Gallery
- +972 (0)4-6972066, +972 (0)54-5826848
An art gallery in Safed
Jewish Heritage Museum
- +972 (0)4-6925881
The museum is located in Tzfat and presents the history of the communities who speak Hungarian that were destroyed during the Holocaust along with their rich physical and spiritual heritage.
The Restoration Site
- +972 (0)4-6936603
The restoration site is an enchanted place where you can take tours along the picturesque streets of the Rosh Pina settlement – between the ancient homes and the scintillating stories.
Kabala Tours – Tzfat
- +972 (0)4-6821771
The Kabala experience includes workshops, exciting lectures, tours, art presenters and Kabala music and more; Kabala Tour works with the highest level of lecturers, guides, Kabala members, artists and catering suppliers.
Museum Beit Hameiri
- +972 (0)4-6971307
An ancient stone house with three floors. It is a reconstructed historical house that hides in its bosom the life story of the Jews in Safed in the last two hundred years. The world of the Jewish community travels through their suspenseful story.
The Doll Museum
- +972 (0)4-6972041, +972 (0)54-4869900
Mila Rosenfeld established the doll museum in 1995 in the memory of her daughter who was killed in a terrorist act in 1995 on 5 line bus. The museum includes: clothing from all the periods and the presentation is historically based.
- +972 (0)4-6974597
The guiding staff of the Safed Academy is comprised of experienced guides who have already served their mandatory army duty, Hesder Yeshivah, graduates of academies and colleges and national service graduates.
- +972 (0)50-5325732
A guided tour following the first settlers of Gay Oni guided by Hezi Segev, who is a resident of Rosh Pina.