Location
Tel Aviv
starting from
1250
per session (+ VAT)
Group Size
10
max people
Duration
3 hours
Focus on TLV Contemporary Art Scene
starting from

1250

per session (+ VAT)

In this tour, Sarah offers you an in-depth look into the Tel Aviv’s Contemporary Art Scene, the young, underground art scene and the more established galleries. The tour also includes a studio visit, offering the chance to meet a local artist.  Number of galleries*: 4-5 galleries | 1 artist studio | 2-3 neighborhoods

3 hours
1 - 10
Upgrade Options
* Gallery visits can be replaced by a visit to the Israeli Art Collection at the Tel Aviv Museum. Entrances to the museum aren't included in the price (50 NIS per person)
Dress Code
Sneakers Required, Comfortable Clothing
Good For/Benefits
Team Bonding, Learning, Creativity
Level of Challenge
Intermediate
Languages
English, Hebrew, French
Activity Includes
Facilitator
Accessibility
Walking required
Business License
No
Pitaya Expert Tip
Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes!

Tel Aviv was founded in 1909, a young city, renowned not only for its beaches but also for its dynamic techie, foodie and arty scenes. Tel Aviv has always been the center for the country’s bohemians and artists, a liberal city encouraging creation. Tel Aviv’s contemporary art scene is spread over three main neighborhoods, the north of Tel Aviv around Gordon Street with a selection of classical galleries, Rothschild Bouelvard’s area with white cube type galleries and the South of Tel aviv, with industrial spaces and where most galleries are today located, due to relatively cheap rents, proximity to the artists’ studios and suitable spaces. What makes the art scene of Tel Aviv so unique is its diversity, from high-end spaces such as Dvir Gallery or Sommer Gallery, which are also present on the international art scene to alternative projects like Meshuna Gallery or La Culture's exhibitions which offer affordable Art.