I went with some folks from work to Mini Israel a place with lots of models of famous sites in this country.
Downtown Tel Aviv. Here there is a street with moving Scaletrix style cars and trucks that go up and down. A lot of the trucks having recognisable brands such as the blue, green and red one being Tvuna, Israel’s largest dairy.
You do actually feel a bit like the oversized main character of a B movie walking along very detailed places here!
This tourist place is a kind of Israel’s “greatest hits album” as its a way seeing a hundred odd places in one location, and a good way of seeing a glimpse of places you have yet to visit, everywhere from Mount Hermon to Eilat. 🙂
Capernhuam next to the Galilee, one of the places Jesus preached. I also went to the real one in May. Will write on this soon.
Here is the Garden of Gethsemane in Jerusalem.
More sights of Jerusalem’s old city.
Tel Aviv water front. Looks great but is there a model of the Zohan? 🙂
The attention to detail on the models is excellent. There are small background noises put in, such as traffic, crowds etc. Only trouble is maintaining this stuff must be a full type job as the hot temperatures and dust has caused some of the models to crack in places, so regular repair is often needed. There are a lot of places miniaturized, not just religious sites but even Coca Cola factory and people working a Kibbutz.
This was a nice day out, although some scary experiences on the way home…..