Kids love Jerusalem’s Train Theatre , which puts on occasional puppet performances.
St Andrew’s Church
Also known as the Scottish Church, St Andrew’s Church was built in 1927 to commemorate the capture of the city and the Holy Land by the...
International Cultural Centre for Youth
The ICCY building hosts folk dancing on Tuesdays (25NIS) from 6pm to midnight. It’s not a performance; it’s local families coming to...
This independent coffeeshop, decorated with covers of the New Yorker , is a good place for cakes and a shot of caffeine.
12 Emek Refa’im St · interesting places nearby
Shira Hadasha information
The liberal-minded religious group Shira Hadasha welcomes both male and female visitors to its Shabbat services, held Friday at 6.45pm. It’s best to contact them ahead of time to let them know you are coming as space is limited (check the website for contact details). Services are held in both English and Hebrew.