The creamery has been in existence for over 160 years and passes on from generation to generation for over 6 generations. In the creamery you will hear stories about ancient Safed and about cheese production and sample the cheese flavors.
Museum F. Fernel
- +972 (0)4-6920235
The museum is located in the artist’s district in Tzfat and presents various art items.
A national tour guide who also serves the orthodox religious population, specializing in topics relating to the 1948 war in Tzfat. There is an option for guidance in the Galilee and the Golan in Hebrew or in English.
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.
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.
- +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.
Lear in the Galilee
- +972 (0)50-8924365, +972 (0)50-95656385
Friday sippings – a jaunty and varied tour of the unique vineyards; a meeting of the cultures that includes a rich luncheon. The tour takes place every Friday and is intended for couples. Reservations need to be made in advance.
A Journey in Time
- +972 (0)4-6971057, +972 (0)54-6383309
Arie Buznah – is a tour guide in the ancient city of Tzfat, will talk about the history of the Tzfat and Golan area and also about the nature of the North.
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.
- +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.