City Farm Tours and Workshops
in Ramat Beit Shemesh

What's in the Tour?

1.5 hours of nature, discovery, fun, learning, and tasting for the whole family - right here in Ramat Beit Shemesh

  • Discover the story behind how a small barren RBS backyard was transformed into a thriving farm, twice featured on a Mishpacha Magazine cover!

  • Explore 13 exotic fruit trees, 60+ vegetable plants, herbs, spices, and more

  • Meet the residents of the farm, including birds, reptiles, insects, fish and humans too

  • Harvest produce and seperate trumos and maaseros with guidance and hashkafa (Get ready to be inspired!)

INCLUDED BONUS: Your Choice of One Workshop

  • Inside a bee hive

    • view inside a thriving beehive
    • learn about the incredible life cycle of bees
    • harvest and take home some honey-loaded comb
    • protective gear provided
  • Make Your Own Pickles

    • learn about traditional old-word lacto-fermentation
    • prepare your own cucumbers and carrots
    • take home 2 jars
    • taste homemade pickles

OPTIONAL EXTRA: Farmer's Picnic

  • Settle down and enjoy a farmer's picnic basket, featuring homegrown/made delicacies unlike anything you can buy

    Usually includes: Farm-spiced pitas, fresh olive oil, zaatar blend, labaneh cheese, pesto, honey, fresh salad and honey-herb ice pops. Menu subject to seasonal changes.

Pricing for a Private Tour and Workshop

For a couple: NIS 250

For a group of up to 10: NIS 500

Farmer's Picnic adds: NIS 30 per person

Got a different group size? Contact us to discuss pricing.

Your group can include up to 10 people. You can join with other families and split the cost, so long as it's 10 people max. (Kids under 3 free)

To book your timeslot, advanced payment required by cash, credit card or Paybox. 

Cancellation policy: 100% refund if you give us 24 hours notice. After that, 50% refund.

Ready for Some Farm Fun?

Got Questions? Want to book your slot? Fill out the form below, call 0527619206 or Whatsapp 0503948299

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