The Farm In the Valley

Gey Ben Hinnom, the place that was famous in the past thanks to the extraordinary burial caves found in it’s territory, is getting a new life, blooming and greener than ever.

The farm in the valley, in the heart of Jerusalem takes the concept of “urban nature” to the next level.

Right in the heart of the city, near the First Station, and below the cinematheque, there is a flight of stairs, from which the hidden farm will be revealed to your eyes. In its center flows an impressive waterfall and, among the various crops, you can learn about the ancient agricultural crafts, through which the inhabitants of Jerusalem existed thousands of years ago. From picking olives, stomping grapes – the farm brings the remnants of ancient agriculture to the people of the 21st century every day.

Throughout the year, the farm works to preserve the ancient agricultural crafts according to the seasons of nature, just like in ancient times. There are activities such as pressing grapes, agricultural construction and honey extraction. You can also try out the activities, depending on the agricultural season.

*Avoid starting fires on the farm and picking without permission.

*Shady Sitting Area’s Available

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The Farm In the Valley

Kabbalat Shabbat at the Farm in the Valley

Come and welcome Shabbat in the most magical hours of Jerusalem

Duration: 2 hours

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Sunday to Thursday between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm

Fridays between 8:30 am and 1:00 pm

On Saturdays the farm is closed.

During these hours, admission is free and there’s no need to pre-arrange your arrival.

Guided activities are available Sunday- Thursday via prior arrangement. Call *6033 or contact us.

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The Agricultural Farm is located in the grassy area at the entrance to the Hinnom Valley, near the Jerusalem Cinematheque.

Paid parking is available at nearby parking lots- Mount Zion Hotel parking lot, the First Station parking lot, and the Liberty Bell Park parking lot.

Walking distance from the First Station and the Mount Zion area to the Farm is approximately 15 minutes.

No parking is available onsite. There is a drop-off zone for buses and vehicles.

Kabbalat Shabbat at the Farm in the Valley

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