Haifa and the Northern Coast Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Haifa and the Northern Coast - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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"Treasures in the Walls" Ethnography Museum

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There are two sections to this small but charming museum: one re-creates a 19th-century marketplace, with craftsmen's workshops such...

Al-Basha Turkish Bathhouse

  • Bath/Hot Spring

Built for Pasha al-Jazzar in 1781, Akko's remarkable Turkish bathhouse ( Hamam al-Basha , in Arabic) was in use until 1947. Don't miss...

Al-Jazzar Mosque

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This house of worship, the largest mosque in the country outside of Jerusalem, is also considered one of the most beautiful in Israel.

Baha'i Founder's Shrine and Gardens

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

For the Baha'is, this is the holiest place on earth, the site of the tomb of the faith's prophet and founder, Baha'u'llah. The gardens'...

Ghetto Fighters' House Museum (Lochamei Hageta'ot)

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Founded in 1949 by survivors of the German, Polish, and Lithuanian Jewish ghettos set up by the Nazis, this kibbutz commemorates their...

Hospitaller Fortress (Knights' Halls)

  • Building/Architectural Site

This remarkable 12th-century fortress was once known as the Crypt of St. John—before excavation, it was erroneously thought to have...

Khan el-Umdan

  • Building/Architectural Site

In Venezia Square, in front of the port, is the two-tiered Inn of the Pillars. Before you visit this Ottoman khan —the largest of...

Pisan Harbor

  • Marina/Pier/Dock

Climbing the stone steps at the water's edge, you can walk along the sea walls at the Pisan Harbor, so named after an Italian commune...

Ramparts

  • Military Site

As you enter the Old City, climb the blue-railing stairway on your right for a stroll along the city walls. Walking to the right, you...

Souk

  • Market/Bazaar

At this outdoor market, stalls heaped with fresh produce and seafood alternate with specialty stores: a pastry shop with exotic Middle...

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