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Points Of Interest

Point #1
Jaffa Clock Tower

Tayelet Mifraz Shlomo St 30, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.12
  • Attraction : Clock Tower

Let’s get started! The Jaffa Clock Tower, a majestic sentinel standing tall in the historic city of Jaffa, traces its roots back to the turn of the 20th century during the Ottoman period. Erected in 1903, the clock tower was commissioned by the city's Ottoman governor, Ahmed Tevfik Pasha, as part of a broader initiative to modernize Jaffa's infrastructure.

One of the key aspects of the clock tower's significance lies in its architectural design, a captivating fusion of Ottoman and European influences. This blending of styles mirrors the diverse cultural influences that have shaped Jaffa over the centuries. The tower becomes a tangible representation of the city's ability to integrate different cultural threads into a harmonious tapestry, creating a distinctive identity that is uniquely Jaffan.

The architectural masterpiece was crafted by the renowned French architect Raymond Charles Père, who infused the design with a harmonious blend of Ottoman and European influences. The result was a striking monument that not only served the practical purpose of timekeeping but also stood as a symbol of cultural synthesis, reflecting the diverse influences that shaped Jaffa.

The clock tower, however, did not remain untouched by the historical tides that swept through the region. With the decline of the Ottoman Empire and the subsequent changes in political control, Jaffa underwent a series of transformations. Yet, through it all, the clock tower stood resolute, witnessing the birth of new nations and the evolution of Jaffa into a modern city.

During its early years, the Jaffa Clock Tower became a central point for the city's residents, serving as a meeting place and a reference point for navigating the labyrinthine streets of Jaffa. Its intricate details, including ornate carvings and Arabic calligraphy, reflected the artistic craftsmanship of the time.

The tower's role as a communal focal point adds another layer to its significance. Over the years, it has served as a meeting place, a point of reference for locals, and a gathering spot for both residents and visitors. In this way, the clock tower becomes woven into the social fabric of Jaffa, a witness to the daily lives and interactions of its people.

Today, the Jaffa Clock Tower remains a cherished landmark, drawing tourists and locals alike. It symbolizes not just the passage of time but the resilience of a city that has weathered the storms of history. As visitors gaze upon its intricate details and the hands of the clock steadily ticking away, they connect with a living history that continues to shape the vibrant streets and alleys of Jaffa. 

Let’s keep moving. How about a visit to a famous bakery in Jaffa? Ok then, let’s go!

Point #2
Abouelafia Bakery/Jaffa Flea Market

Yefet St 1, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.72
  • Attraction : Bakery/Market

Abouelafia Bakery is not just a bakery; it's a cultural institution that has been shaping the culinary landscape since its inception. Founded in 1879, this family-owned bakery has become synonymous with tradition, quality, and the tantalizing aroma of freshly baked goods wafting through the air.

Renowned for its commitment to authenticity, Abouelafia Bakery preserves recipes passed down through generations, ensuring that each bite carries a legacy of culinary expertise. The bakery is celebrated for its diverse array of pastries, bread, and sweets, each meticulously crafted to perfection.

The warm and welcoming atmosphere of Abouelafia Bakery beckons locals and tourists alike. Whether it's the flaky layers of their famed baklava or the irresistible scent of their freshly baked pita bread, patrons find themselves immersed in a sensory journey that transcends time.

More than just a bakery, Abouelafia is a cultural touchstone, embodying the spirit of Jaffa. Its longevity speaks not only to the delectable delights it offers but also to its role as a cherished institution, weaving itself into the fabric of Jaffa's rich history and continuing to delight palates with a taste of tradition.


While I’ve got you here, let me tell you about the Jaffa Flea Market. I promise you are gonna wanna come back and spend a few hours exploring the sights and sound. 

The Jaffa Market, a vibrant treasure trove nestled in the heart of Tel Aviv, offers an enchanting fusion of history and modernity. This bustling marketplace, steeped in rich cultural tapestry, entices visitors with its kaleidoscope of colors, fragrances, and flavors. Strolling through its narrow alleys, you'll discover stalls adorned with handcrafted treasures, from intricate jewelry to vivid textiles, echoing the artisanal spirit of the region.

As the aroma of exotic spices wafts through the air, vendors beckon with piles of fresh produce, local olives, and aromatic herbs, creating a symphony of scents. The market is a culinary haven, boasting eateries that serve up a delectable array of Middle Eastern delights—hummus, falafel, and baklava that tantalize the taste buds. Amidst the lively chatter and eclectic music, the Jaffa Market stands as a living testament to the city's diverse heritage and the timeless allure of its marketplace culture.


Ok, let’s head to our next stop.

Point #3
Great Mahmoudiya Mosque

Tayelet Mifraz Shlomo St 30, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.72
  • Attraction : Mosque

The Great Mahmoudiya Mosque, on your right, bears witness to centuries of history and cultural evolution. Constructed in the 18th century during the Ottoman period, its foundations echo the grandeur of Islamic architecture and the rich tapestry of Egypt's past.

Commissioned by Sheikh Ganim al-Bahlawan, a prominent figure of the time, the mosque was designed by the renowned architect Mahmud Ibn Al-Mansur. Its construction marked a significant era of Ottoman influence in the region, and the mosque was named in honor of Sultan Mahmud I, reflecting the political ties between Cairo and the Ottoman Empire.

The architectural design of the Great Mahmoudiya Mosque is a testament to the stylistic elements of Ottoman architecture, with its prominent domes, elegant minarets, and intricate details. The mosque served not only as a place of worship but also as a center for intellectual and cultural exchange, hosting scholars, poets, and artists who contributed to the flourishing of knowledge and creativity.

Throughout its existence, the mosque has undergone several renovations and restorations, adapting to the changing times while preserving its historical essence. Each layer of renovation reflects the architectural styles and influences prevalent during different periods, creating a mosaic of architectural history within its walls.

Over the years, the mosque has played a vital role in the social fabric of Cairo, serving as a gathering place for the local community. It has witnessed moments of celebration, solemn prayer, and cultural events, becoming a living monument that encapsulates the spirit of the city.

Let’s keep going.

Point #4

Russlan St 28, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.75
  • Attraction : Directions

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Point #5
Jaffa Theater/Jaffa Museum

Tayelet Mifraz Shlomo St 10, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.36
  • Attraction : Theater/Museum

The Jaffa Theater is a cultural gem that weaves together history, art, and contemporary expression. Housed in a building that exudes both charm and nostalgia, the theater stands as a testament to the intersection of tradition and innovation.

Originally established in the 19th century, the Jaffa Theater underwent a revival in the late 20th century, transforming into a dynamic space that showcases a diverse array of performances. The theater's architecture itself is a harmonious blend of old-world aesthetics and modern functionality, creating an intimate and inviting atmosphere for audiences.

Hosting a repertoire that spans from traditional plays to avant-garde performances, the Jaffa Theater is a vibrant hub for artistic exploration. It serves as a platform for local and international artists, fostering a dialogue between different cultures and artistic expressions. The theater's commitment to inclusivity and creative experimentation has made it a focal point for those seeking a cultural haven in the heart of Jaffa.

As the curtains rise within the historic walls, the Jaffa Theater not only entertains but also transcends time, inviting patrons to participate in the ever-evolving narrative of art and culture in this enchanting city.

Also on this stop is the Jaffa Museum, a captivating institution that delves into the layers of history embedded in this ancient port city. Housed in a meticulously preserved building, the museum serves as a time capsule, transporting visitors through Jaffa's rich tapestry of civilizations.

Dedicated to preserving and presenting the diverse heritage of Jaffa, the museum's exhibits unfold a narrative that spans millennia. From archaeological artifacts that illuminate the city's Phoenician origins to the Ottoman era and beyond, each display is a window into the dynamic history that has shaped Jaffa into the vibrant entity it is today.

The museum doesn't merely showcase relics; it curates immersive experiences that bring history to life. Interactive displays, multimedia installations, and expertly curated collections create a sensory journey through the epochs, making the past resonate with the present.

Beyond its historical exhibits, the Jaffa Museum often features contemporary art, bridging the gap between tradition and modernity. It stands not only as a repository of the past but as a dynamic space that fosters dialogue and understanding, inviting visitors to connect with the soul of Jaffa in a profound and enriching way.

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Point #6
Abrash Park

Tayelet Mifraz Shlomo St 10, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.73
  • Attraction : Park

We are standing in Abrasha Park, a delightful haven that harmoniously blends nature, history, and community spirit. Nestled within the ancient city's fabric, this park is a breath of fresh air, offering respite with its lush greenery and scenic views.

What makes Abrasha Park truly special is its unique juxtaposition of modern amenities and historical significance. Situated near iconic landmarks and ancient ruins, the park serves as a meeting point for the old and the new, a testament to Jaffa's rich heritage.

The park's landscape is adorned with vibrant flowers, shaded walkways, and open spaces that invite locals and visitors alike to unwind and connect. The soothing sounds of rustling leaves and distant waves from the nearby Mediterranean create a tranquil ambiance.

Abrasha Park is more than a picturesque setting; it's a cultural hub. Events, festivals, and community gatherings often take center stage, fostering a sense of unity among residents. With playgrounds for children, designated exercise areas, and art installations, the park caters to diverse interests, making it a dynamic reflection of Jaffa's vibrant and inclusive spirit. 

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Point #7

Netiv HaMazalot 1, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel

  • Distance : 0.74
  • Attraction : Restroom

If you need to take a quick restroom break, now is the time.

Point #8

Tayelet Mifraz Shlomo St 1, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.74
  • Attraction : Directions

If you are wondering what that building is across the street, it’s St. Peter’s Church. Don’t worry, we will be walking back past it and I will tell you all sorts of fun things about it then. 

Point #9
Wishing Bridge

Wishing Bridge, Segev St 294, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.00
  • Attraction : Bridge

Let’s cross the bridge, shall we? Legend has it that those who stand on the Wishing Bridge, gazing at the sea while contemplating their wishes, will see their dreams come true! The wooden bridge railing, linking the summit garden to Kedumim Square, is adorned with bronze statues representing the twelve zodiac signs. At the bridge's entrance, a stone mosaic of the Zodiac welcomes visitors.

Esteemed artists Esther Shlomo and Freddie Fabian crafted the zodiac statues along the bridge, while the mosaic was skillfully designed by Varda Givoli, Ilan Gelber, and Navot Gil. After an extensive renovation, the bridge reopened in August 2016, now featuring handholds for visitors' convenience and enchanting artistic lighting by Micha Margalit. This historic structure not only connects spaces but also serves as a bridge between ancient legends and contemporary artistry, inviting all who cross to dream and believe in the magic of Jaffa.

Point #10

Wishing Bridge, Segev St 294, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.49
  • Attraction : Directions

Did you make any wishes? Let’s keep following the navigation.

Point #11
Ramessess II Gate

Mazal Dli St 4, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.00
  • Attraction : Gate

Unearthed at this site is a monumental gate dating back to the reign of Ramesses II in the 13th century BCE, providing evidence that Jaffa served as a host to a lasting Egyptian garrison during that era. The inscription on this gate proudly displays the numerous honorific titles of Ramesses II. Often hailed as Ramesses the Great, he was a towering figure in ancient Egyptian history, reigning as pharaoh for an impressive 66 years during the 13th century BCE. Renowned for his military prowess, he secured Egypt's borders and engaged in significant military campaigns. 

His grand architectural projects, including the iconic temples at Abu Simbel, showcased the might of the New Kingdom. Ramesses II's legacy extends beyond warfare and construction; he is believed by some scholars to be the pharaoh during the biblical Exodus. His elaborate titulary and colossal statues underscore his enduring impact on Egyptian culture and history.

Point #12

גינת הצורפים, HaTsorfim St 4, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel

  • Distance : 0.33
  • Attraction : Directions

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Point #13

גינת הצורפים, HaTsorfim St 4, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel

  • Distance : 0.68
  • Attraction : Directions

We need to turn left here to go see something pretty special. Then please come back this direction and continue following your navigation.

Point #14
Suspended Orange Tree

גינת הצורפים, HaTsorfim St 4, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel

  • Distance : 0.31
  • Attraction : Tree

Here it is!  The Suspended Orange Tree is a mesmerizing installation that defies gravity and captivates the imagination. Hanging in mid-air within a historic courtyard, this unique art piece adds a touch of enchantment to the ancient streets of Jaffa.

Crafted by the Israeli artist Ran Morin, the Suspended Orange Tree is a symbol of juxtaposition—nature and art, tradition and innovation. The installation features a real orange tree suspended upside down, its branches reaching towards the ground, challenging preconceived notions of how nature interacts with urban spaces.

The choice of an orange tree is symbolic of Jaffa's agricultural heritage, known for its citrus groves. The suspended position adds an element of surrealism, prompting onlookers to contemplate the relationship between humanity and the natural world.

Beyond its visual impact, the Suspended Orange Tree becomes a focal point for community gatherings and cultural events. Its presence in the heart of Old Jaffa creates a dynamic conversation between the historical surroundings and contemporary artistic expression, inviting residents and visitors to engage with the city's rich cultural tapestry in a novel and thought-provoking way.

Ok, let’s head back the way we came. Up next is a museum.

Point #15
Ilana Goor Museum

Mazal Arieh St 1, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.04
  • Attraction : Museum

How about a museum? Ok. The Ilana Goor Museum  is a captivating cultural institution that marries art, history, and the visionary spirit of its founder, Ilana Goor. Housed in a historic building overlooking the Mediterranean, the museum is a treasure trove of contemporary art, design, and a celebration of artistic expression.

Ilana Goor, a renowned Israeli artist and sculptor, established the museum in 1995, transforming her former residence into a vibrant space for creative exploration. The museum's collection showcases Goor's own works alongside a diverse array of international and Israeli artists, spanning various mediums and styles.

The venue itself, with its labyrinthine architecture and panoramic views of the sea, is an integral part of the museum experience. Each room unfolds a narrative, blending ancient artifacts with modern art, reflecting Goor's philosophy that art transcends time and cultural boundaries.

Beyond its role as an art repository, the Ilana Goor Museum is a dynamic hub for cultural events, workshops, and artistic dialogue. The museum's unique fusion of historic charm and contemporary creativity makes it a must-visit destination in Jaffa, inviting patrons to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of art and culture woven throughout its captivating halls.

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Point #16

Mazal Dagim St 1, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.04
  • Attraction : Restrooms

Time for another restroom break. Aren’t you glad that I’m guiding your way?

Point #17
Kedumim Square

Kikar Kdumim 9, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel

  • Distance : 0.01
  • Attraction : Public Square

Follow your navigation into Kedumim Square. Kedumim Square unfolds a rich history that mirrors the diverse cultural epochs that have shaped this ancient port city. The name "Kedumim," meaning "ancient" in Hebrew, pays homage to the layers of civilizations that have left their imprint on Jaffa.

Originally, the square served as a central meeting point for traders, pilgrims, and residents, becoming a bustling marketplace at the crossroads of Jaffa's historic alleys. Over the centuries, Kedumim Square witnessed the ebb and flow of cultures, from Ottoman rule to the British Mandate, each leaving architectural nuances that contribute to its unique character.

The square's centerpiece, a majestic fountain, not only quenches the thirst of the surrounding gardens but symbolizes renewal and life, reflecting the resilience of Jaffa through changing times. Arabesque and Ottoman architectural elements grace the buildings that surround the square, echoing a harmonious blend of styles that define Jaffa's architectural tapestry.

Today, Kedumim Square stands as a living testament to Jaffa's enduring spirit. Its vibrant atmosphere, adorned with art installations and hosting cultural events, seamlessly connects the city's ancient past with its dynamic present, inviting locals and visitors to partake in the timeless narrative of Jaffa's captivating history.

Point #18
Kedumim Visitor Center

Kikar Kdumim 8, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel

  • Distance : 0.01
  • Attraction : Visitor Center

Here is the Jaffa Visitor Center. Why don’t you head on in and see what you can find?

Point #19
Zodiac Signs Fountain

Kikar Kdumim 6, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel

  • Distance : 0.06
  • Attraction : Fountain

The "Zodiac Signs" Fountain in Jaffa is a mesmerizing installation that invites contemplation and connection with the celestial tapestry above. Nestled in a picturesque corner of the city, this fountain is not just a water feature but a captivating representation of the zodiac, adding an ethereal touch to Jaffa's urban landscape.

Crafted with artistic finesse, the fountain features twelve distinct sculptures representing each zodiac sign. The fluidity of the water mirrors the ever-changing nature of the stars, creating a dynamic and harmonious display. Each sign is intricately designed, capturing the essence and symbolism associated with astrological constellations.

The "Zodiac Signs" Fountain is more than a visual spectacle; it is a meeting point for art, culture, and the cosmic. The surrounding area becomes a space for locals and visitors alike to gather, discuss, and share stories under the watchful gaze of their respective zodiac symbols.

This artistic interpretation of the zodiac not only adds aesthetic charm to Jaffa but also serves as a symbolic bridge between the earthly realm and the celestial heavens. As the water flows and the sculptures gleam under the sun or moonlight, the fountain becomes a celestial guide, connecting individuals to the mysteries of the cosmos in a serene and enchanting manner.

Point #20
St. Peter’s Church

Tayelet Mifraz Shlomo St 1, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.01
  • Attraction : Church

I told you we’d get back to church! St. Peter's Church stands as a venerable testament to centuries of religious and historical significance, overlooking the Mediterranean with a graceful blend of architectural beauty and spiritual resonance. Originally built in the 17th century, the church holds a history that intertwines with the diverse epochs of Jaffa.

According to tradition, this site holds a pivotal place in Christian history. It is believed to be the location where St. Peter, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus, stayed and performed a miraculous healing. The biblical account tells of the raising of Tabitha, a charitable woman, from the dead, which is said to have occurred in the vicinity of the church.

Over the centuries, St. Peter's Church has undergone various transformations. The current structure, dating back to the late 19th century, reflects a Neo-Gothic architectural style. Its elegant facade, adorned with pointed arches and rose windows, mirrors the Christian heritage embedded in the heart of Jaffa.

The church has weathered the tumultuous events of history, from the Ottoman rule to the British Mandate. Its resilience is a testament to the enduring importance of religious and cultural heritage in the region. The interior of St. Peter's is adorned with religious artworks and stained glass, creating a serene atmosphere for worship and reflection.

Today, St. Peter's Church remains an active place of worship and a pilgrimage site for Christians. Its strategic location offers breathtaking views of Jaffa's ancient port and the Mediterranean Sea, adding to the spiritual and aesthetic allure of this historical landmark. As visitors step into St. Peter's, they are not only immersed in the rituals of faith but also transported back in time, tracing the footsteps of ancient pilgrims and the enduring legacy of St. Peter in the heart of Jaffa.

Point #21

Netiv HaMazalot 1, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel

  • Distance : 0.75
  • Attraction : Directions

Let’s head down toward the water. Please follow your navigation.

Point #22
Picture Time!

S, Retzif HaAliya HaShniya St, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.04
  • Attraction : Photo Op

If you don’t stop for a selfie here, your entire trip to Jaffa will have been in vain. Well maybe not in vain, but you really should pause for a picture here.

Point #23
Al-Bahr Mosque

Retzif HaAliya HaShniya St 18, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.04
  • Attraction : Mosque

Al-Bahr Mosque, carries within its walls a storied history that mirrors the diverse cultural influences woven into the fabric of this coastal gem. Established during the Ottoman era in the 18th century, the mosque has stood witness to the tides of time and the ebb and flow of Jaffa's fortunes.

The Ottoman architecture of Al-Bahr Mosque reflects the artistic sensibilities of its time, with intricate details and a graceful minaret that pierces the skyline. Over the centuries, the mosque has been a spiritual sanctuary for worshippers, offering a place of prayer and reflection against the picturesque backdrop of the Mediterranean Sea.

Positioned near the ancient port, Al-Bahr Mosque has been an integral part of Jaffa's historical tapestry. Its presence is a testament to the enduring significance of religious and cultural heritage in the region. From Ottoman rule through British Mandate and beyond, the mosque has remained a symbol of resilience, standing as a beacon of faith and cultural continuity.

Let’s keep walking.

Point #24
Andromeda’s Rock

Retzif HaAliya HaShniya St 3, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.04
  • Attraction : Coastal Landmark

Look out into the water and you will see Andromeda’s Rock. This coastal landmark is steeped in mythology and historical intrigue. Perched along the shimmering Mediterranean, this iconic rock is associated with the Greek myth of Andromeda, the princess chained to its surface as a sacrifice to appease the sea monster Cetus. According to legend, Perseus, the hero, swooped down to rescue Andromeda, turning the rock into a symbol of salvation.

Beyond its mythological significance, Andromeda's Rock serves as a tangible link to Jaffa's ancient past. Positioned near the charming Andromeda neighborhood, the rock is surrounded by remnants of centuries-old structures, creating a captivating juxtaposition of history and natural beauty. It stands as a silent witness to the ebb and flow of time, inviting visitors to reflect on the tales it holds and the enduring allure of Jaffa's coastal landscape.

Point #25
St. Archangel Michael Monastery

Retzif HaAliya HaShniya St 20-11, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.06
  • Attraction : https://dannythedigger.com/michael-greek-orthodox-church-in-jaffa/

St. Archangel Michael Monastery is a sacred edifice with a history steeped in spirituality and resilience. Dating back to the 19th century, the monastery traces its roots to the Russian Orthodox Church and serves as a testament to the enduring religious traditions in the heart of Jaffa.

Founded by Archimandrite Antony, a Russian monk, the monastery was initially a humble chapel dedicated to St. Nicholas. Over time, it evolved into a thriving monastic community dedicated to St. Archangel Michael. The architectural splendor of the monastery, characterized by Byzantine and Russian influences, reflects the cultural richness embedded in its history.

The monastery faced challenges throughout its existence, including periods of abandonment and neglect. However, through the efforts of dedicated individuals and restoration projects, St. Archangel Michael Monastery has been revitalized, preserving its spiritual significance and architectural grandeur.

Today, the monastery stands as a beacon of religious devotion and a haven for those seeking solace. With its iconic red-tiled domes and panoramic views of the sea, it continues to draw visitors, pilgrims, and locals alike into its serene ambiance, inviting them to partake in the timeless legacy of faith and history that echoes through its hallowed halls.

One more stop to go!

Point #26
Nalaga’at Center

Nemal Yafo St 10, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  • Distance : 0.05
  • Attraction : Center

Here we are! The Nalaga'at Center is a remarkable institution that transcends cultural and social boundaries, creating a space where art, inclusion, and humanity converge. Established in 2007, Nalaga'at, meaning "Do Touch" in Hebrew, serves as a beacon for promoting understanding and empathy.

At the heart of Nalaga'at is the Deaf-Blind Acting Ensemble, a group of performers who have overcome immense challenges to share their artistic talents. The center's renowned "Blackout" and "Not by Bread Alone" productions, both acclaimed worldwide, showcase the creativity and resilience of the Deaf-Blind community.

The "Blackout" experience takes audiences into the world of the Deaf-Blind, where participants are guided through a completely darkened space, relying solely on touch, smell, and taste. This immersive encounter fosters a profound understanding of sensory perception and communication.

"Not by Bread Alone" is a unique performance where the Deaf-Blind actors, along with their sighted and hearing counterparts, engage in a theatrical experience centered around baking bread. This metaphorical journey explores themes of isolation, communication, and the universal need for connection.

Beyond the stage, Nalaga'at offers a culinary experience at the BlackOut Restaurant, staffed by deaf and blind waitstaff. Diners navigate their meals in complete darkness, heightening their senses and fostering empathy for the challenges faced by the visually impaired.

Nalaga'at Center stands as a testament to the power of art and human connection. It is a space where abilities are celebrated, and preconceptions are shattered, offering a transformative experience that leaves a lasting impact on the hearts and minds of all who engage with its innovative and inclusive programs.

Well that wraps it up. I hope you enjoyed exploring Old Jaffa as much as I enjoyed showing you around. Why don’t you head over to the Jaffa Flea Market and pick up some unique souvenirs? 

Thanks for joining me on this UCPlaces tour of Old Jaffa. Have a great day!