The spirit of the Anzacs is in the city of Be’er Sheva

It's been a 100 years since the Anzac great victory in the legendary battle of Be'er Sheva during the First World War.
We are inviting you to visit one of the most fascinating and intriguing places in Israel – Be’er Sheva.
Come and enjoy a wide range of cultural tourist attractions.
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ANZAC Memorial Center

The ANZAC Memorial Center in Be’er Sheva was built in cooperation with the governments of Australia and Israel, the Be’er Sheva municipality, the JNF, JNF Australia and the CWGC. The Center is located near the cemetery for combatants of the First World War in Be’er Sheva.

The “Train Yard” - Engine 70414 Compound

The “Train Yard” - Engine 70414 Compound

The historic old Turkish train station has been restored and developed, with its buildings undergoing authentic restoration. In the restored compound guests can enjoy an interactive mini museum of the Israel Railway, a coffee shop, a gallery for changing exhibits, and see an original locomotive steam engine, authentic train carriages and more. Address: Corner Tuviyahu Blvd. – (Prof.) Eli Davis St. // Phone: 972 (0)8-623-4613

Carasso Science Park

Carasso Science Park

This, the biggest science park in all of Israel, is a combination interactive museum and science park with activities for all ages. The park area spans approx. 18 dunam (~4.5 acres) and the buildings are from several historic periods. Address: 79 HaAtsma’ut St., Old City // Phone: 972 (0)8-625-2602

trumpeldor gallery

Trumpeldor Gallery

Operated in conjunction with the Art Department at Ben-Gurion University. The center displays art installations and exhibitions of local Israeli and foreign artists. Address: 19 Trumpeldor St. // Phone: 972 (0)8-624-7706

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Ha Sha’ar LaNegev (The Gateway to the Negev) - The Center for Negev Settlement

The ‘Bloomfield House’ belongs to the “Or Movement for Settlement.” It is home to Visitors’ Center that provides settlement information using advanced technologies. Address: 30 HaHaganah St., Old City // Phone: 1-800-215-216

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The Fringe Theater

A theater for the new generation of artists from the South, which promotes local creativity, and has a unique social agenda. Address: Corner Anielewicz and Mordei HaGeta’ot Sts., Old City // Phone: 972 (0)8-623-7806

alenby garden

Allenby Garden

One of the first public gardens in the country, it was landscaped in the early 1900s by the Ottoman Turks. After WWI, a memorial to General Edmund Allenby was erected at the center of the garden. Today, it is a lovely park, open to the general public. Address: Corner HaAtsma’ut - Herzl Sts., Old City

The Artist’s House in the Negev

The Artist’s House in the Negev

The building houses galleries which present and sell original art in a wide variety of media, created by local artists. Address: 55 HaAvot St., Old City // Phone: 972 (0)8-627-3828

Be’er Avraham - Abraham’s Well International Visitors' Center

Be’er Avraham - Abraham’s Well International Visitors' Center

Situated on the banks of the biblical Be’er-Sheva River, at the gates of the Old City, discover the innovative heritage site dedicated to showcasing the life of the Patriarch Abraham and the famous well of water Address: 2 Derech Hevron (Hebron Way), Old City // Phone: 972 (0)8-623-4613

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