Ramat Gan Israel, adjacent to Tel Aviv has developed in a century, from a small agricultural settlement to an important and thriving city. With more than 160,000 inhabitants it is a city rich with heritage and history. It is a city with many parks and green areas surrounding pastoral neighborhoods, and above all the home of the Israeli Stock exchange building, an amazing metropolitan hub.
Israeli Stock Exchange Complex in Ramat Gan
Also known as Israel Diamond District, is one of the biggest business in Israel, where more than 50,000 people work every day. It is undergoing renewal and renovation work and when finished it is going to be one of the leading entertainment and recreation areas in the Center of Israel, also called “Gush Dan”.
The Ramat Gan National Park is one of the most unique and beautiful parks in Israel, attracting millions of people annually.
Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan Israel
Culture and Education
In Ramat-Gan you can find a few higher education institutions. They are Bar-Ilan University, Shenkar School of Engineering, Design, and Art, ranked fifth in the world thanks to its trailblazing thinking, and Beit Zvi School of the Performing Arts. In addition to the largest hospital Israel "Sheba - Tel Hashomer", 11 museums, and 3 theaters.
The Arts and Culture Department organizes around 150 cultural events monthly, offering theater, music, dance, lectures, films and more.
Museum of Israeli Art in Ramat Gan
Ramat Gan Museums
Ramat Gan has a number of prestigious museums exhibiting Russian, Jewish, Japanese, Chinese and Far Eastern art. Apart from the museums, choirs, theaters and orchestras, this is a city with an extensive outdoor sculpture gardens scattered throughout the city.
You may find large shopping areas including both malls and street shops outdoor stores such as the famous Bialik Street with its dozens of diverse stores.
One of the largest shopping malls in the city is the Ayalon Mall, with more than 150 stores and businesses. It has an area of 33,000 sq. m. over two floors with modern architectural design. The mall's proximity to Tel Aviv and Bnei Brak, attracts an average of 40,000 visitors a day, and also offers cafés, restaurants, and a 15-screen multiplex cinema showing the top films in Israel.
Ramat Gan National Park
The National Park, located in Ramat Gan, covers 12 dunams, including a pastoral pond, a unique flower garden, seating and recreation areas, and 82,000 flowers in a host of colors and species. This is in addition to trees, trails, and expansive lawns that reminds the classic parks of Europe. Admission to the park is free, and it is open to visitors 24 hours a day.
Ramat Gan Safari
All of us have taken the children and grandchildren to the Safari. Here you will find the largest collection of animals in the Middle East, which is unique due to the large flocks and herds that graze in its open fields.
There you can see around 1,200 animals from all over the world, and the largest wildlife hospital, which is Israel's biggest animal medical center. The Safari serves as a habitat for the breeding of endangered animals, and is a partner in projects that study and aim to return animals to their natural environments.
Ramat Gan Holocaust Memorial
It is a living reminder of the Holocaust of World War II and the innocent people including Jewish, children, Romani, homosexuals, blacks, Soviet citizens and more that were killed. The memorial tells the story of this history to afford us lessons and urge us to respect people of different skin colors and create peace instead of war.
Map of Israel showing the location of Ramat Gan
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museum ramat gan by talmor yair
park by ted eitan
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holocaust by avishai teicher
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