It’s so beautiful here, like a painting…
This sentiment often echoes around Ramat Hanadiv. And so we decided to help you make your own paintings and drawings right here, ensconced in nature.
Come find inspiration in Ramat Hanadiv’s magnificent trees and flowers, in the wide span of our landscapes and in our lovely hidden alcoves.
Among the Gardens’ paths, you will find easels set up and readily accessible for people of any age: painters and other artists as well as folks who’ve never touched a palette or pastels. Come to sketch and paint — alone, with your significant other, with your children or in a group.
And it’s all free of charge.
Bring your own supplies — pencils, watercolours, chalk or charcoals — from home, or pop into the InfoShop at the entrance to the Memorial Gardens, and purchase an instant art kit. It’s also worth stopping at the InfoShop to pick up a free map showing exactly where to find the easels.
The hours for drawing and painting are the same as Ramat Hanadiv’s opening hours.
Art is not what you see, but what you make others see. Edgar Degas
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