Updated: Oct 2, 2022
Beit Shearim National Park is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The inhabitants of the ancient city of Beit She'arim, erected magnificent tomb caves. Nowadays, it is a charming, large national park with many large, cool and impressive burial caves. Among them is the burial cave of Rabbi Yehudah HaNasi, the religious, spiritual, and political leader of the Jewish people and the editor of the Mishna.
📌Touring the national park is a great experience for children and adults - The caves are illuminated, fascinating, and contain many remains. The Park itself is well maintained and beautiful, with lots of picnic tables and lawns.
📌On Friday and Saturday, there is a great food stand with Druze cuisine.
You can combine a visit to Beit Shearim with a picnic in the nearby Kini stream.
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