Ramat Hanadivs' Concept Store


As soon as you enter the shop at Ramat Hanadiv, it’s clear that this is not just any ordinary store: from the white wood alcoves and their displays of original, ‘green’ items to the contemporary designs made of recycled materials,  you feel the very special spirit that pervades all of Ramat Hanadiv — the spirit of nature and sustainability.

The shop resembles a gallery: a clean, brightly-lit interior embellished with original, attractive accessories — rainbow-coloured handles, racks, and sensitive photographs of nature — all created from unexpected elements like well-worn gardeners’ aprons and empty compost sacks that were collected and preserved by the staff of Ramat Hanadiv. Altogether, they make for a unique and welcoming environment.

The Concept Store, which also serves as Ramat Hanadiv’s Visitors’ Information Centre, is located between the Nature Park and the Memorial Gardens dedicated to


Baron Edmond de Rothschild. It offers a different kind of shopping experience, with ‘green’ and recycled products galore. There’s something here for everyone, of every age, to take home as a memento of  a wonderful visit to Ramat Hanadiv.

Look for these goodies – and many more! – in the Concept Store:

  • Recycled, solar, and multi-use products
  • Accessories for the amateur gardener — hand tools, planting kits, potted herbs and flowers from the Ramat Hanadiv nursery
  • Items to enhance your leisure time and vacations
  • Books, articles and studies published by Ramat Hanadiv
  • Sustainability-inspired jewelry and other handcrafted works
  • Games and creativity projects for kids, in the spirit of Ramat Hanadiv

At the InfoCentre located inside the shop, you can consult with staff members about the many options available during your visit to the Memorial Gardens, the Nature Park and its trails, etc.

Of further interest...


The Fragrance Garden

The Fragrance Garden, established in 1985, is the youngest of the Memorial Gardens. Seeking a way to enable people with limited or no eyesight to enjoy the flowers, Mme. Dorothy de Rothschild initiated the Fragrance Garden

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Sustainable Gardening

Gardening in the previous century was characterized by high-maintenance garden design, ostentatious use of plants and inanimate elements foreign to the environment, and overuse of non-environmentally friendly fertilizers and pest control agents

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Dining Here


Refresh yourself at the Kiosk with a drink or snack. The kiosk is open daily.

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