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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Zichron Ya'akov 6

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Baha'i Shrine and Gardens

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The most striking feature of the stunning gardens that form the centerpiece of Haifa is the Shrine of the Bab, whose brilliantly gilded...

Carmel Beach

  • Beach–Sight

With its attractive boardwalk and beachside kiosks, Carmel Beach sits in front of the Leonardo Hotel at the southern entrance to Haifa.

Carmelite Monastery and Stella Maris Church

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The imposing Stella Maris (Latin for "Star of the Sea") is graced by wall and ceiling paintings that bring to life to the dramatic story...

Clandestine Immigration and Naval Museum

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The rather dull name of this museum belies the dramatic story it tells of the heroic efforts to bring Jewish immigrants to Palestine...

Dado Beach

  • Beach–Sight

On Saturday at Dado Beach, Haifa's longest stretch of sandy beach, Israelis of all ages come and folk dance to the delight of onlookers.

Elijah's Cave

  • Cave

This site is considered sacred by Jews, Christians, and Muslims; an early Byzantine tradition identified it as the cave in which Elijah...

German Colony

  • Neighborhood/Street

Although it runs along a single boulevard, "The Colony" packs in history (with explanatory placards), interesting architecture, great...

Haifa Museum of Art

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This museum, on the southern edge of the Wadi Nisnas neighborhood, displays artwork from all over the world, dating from the mid-18th...

Haifa Zoo

  • Zoo/Aquarium

Amid masses of trees and lush foliage in the Gan Ha'Em park is a seemingly happy collection of roaring lions and tigers, big brown bears,...

Hecht Museum

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It's worth the trip to Haifa University to see this museum's archaeological treasures. At the summit of Mt. Carmel, in the main campus...