Ramat Hanadiv | Cumulative Data for this Year



160,770 Visitors This Year
38,499 Visitors This Month

This number represents the number of people who came to Ramat Hanadiv to enjoy the pleasant, tranquil ambiance of the Memorial Gardens and the Nature Park. A beautiful fusion of restrained, European-style design and Mediterranean plants, the gardens reflect Baron Edmond de Rothschild’s legacy of respect and humility.


mm Precipitation

842 Precipitation This Season

Precipitation Data Measured at Ramat Hanadiv – A precipitation measurement station is located at Ramat Hanadiv, and the data is updated throughout the winter.


Liters of Goat Milk produced

35,691 Milk Produced This Year
8,398 Milk This Month (Liters)

Since the goats at Ramat Hanadiv graze naturally (without any hormonal additives), they stop producing milk during the winter months about two months before the birthing season and are in a state of rest. When the kids are born, they are left with their mothers for about two months so they can nurse freely until they’re weaned.



Film viewers

17,649 Film viewers this year
3,775 Film viewers this month

The 15-minute film, Beyond the Gardens, tells the intertwined stories of the Rothschild family and Ramat Hanadiv. Screenings take place every half hour in the Visitors Pavilion. Though there is no admission fee, groups are requested to coordinate their visit in advance

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Website users

91,600 Users this year
19,146 Users this Month

The numbers represent the total number of people who visited Ramat Hanadiv’s internet site, engaging in at least one activity there. It includes both first-time and returning users. (The data is supplied by Google Analytics.)


kWh Solar Energy produced

59,493 Energy Produced This Year
13,176 Energy Last Month

Solar energy derived from the sun is an innovative, alternative source of clean energy.  Israel has many annual days of sunshine, making it possible to produce solar energy most of the year via photo-voltaic panels. Ramat Hanadiv’s solar panels stand on the roof of a building in the service area, and a separate, exterior screen provides real-time information about the system’s output.


Facebook 'likes'

13,380 Facebook Friends

The number of “likes” reflects, more or less, the number of fans Ramat Hanadiv has on its Facebook page.


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Births in the goat shed

160 Young goats this year
20 Early-season Lambs

Goats and sheep are seasonal animals. The mating season begins when the summer days begin to shorten. A goat’s pregnancy lasts about 145 days and a sheep’s pregnancy 147 days on average. They give birth between late winter and early spring (January–March). Most of them give birth to twins and sometimes triplets. Kids and lambs are born weighing about 3 kg and begin to walk just a few minutes after being born. Within a few hours after birth, they begin to suckle from their mothers.


spring flow

Monitoring the Ein Zur Spring (cubic metres)

135 Maximum discharge this year (cubic metres)
135 Maximum discharge last year (cubic metres)

Ein Zur is the only spring at Ramat Hanadiv, serving as an important source of water for the wildlife at the Nature Park. Since climate change is expected to affect and reduce the availability of water, here at Ramat Hanadive we conduct routine weekly monitoring of the discharge of the spring (the water amount exiting the spring per unit time) as part of the long-term ecological monitoring programme at Ramat Hanadiv.

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An accessible trail through the Nature Park

In the Nature Park at Ramat Hanadiv there are a number of spectacular hiking routes.

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Horticultural Therapy at Ramat Hanadiv

Many studies have demonstrated the link between a green environment, nature or flowering gardens and feelings of calmness and serenity, enjoyment and vitality

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Dining Here

Dining-The Picnic Site

The picnic area is located near the secondary parking lot. You are welcome to spend time there before or after your tour of the Gardens.

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