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Dubrovin Farm Museum

Derech Hashmura | Upper Galile, Yesod Hamaala, Israel
+972 4-693-7371
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FARM HOUSE OF SOBOTNICS

A renovated farmhouse of Sobotnic family that came as pioneers to the nearby Yesod Hamaala,the... read more

Reviewed 12 March 2017
airport2015
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Jerusalem, Israel
Living history

We were at the Dubrobin Farm with a group, and we had a personal guided tour by a descendent of the... read more

Reviewed 1 March 2017
Ira G
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Rehovot
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Dubrovin farm museum - yesud - hama'ala A magical farmers Courtyard from the 19 century Here we tell the story of Yesud- Hama'ala , the first settlements in the Hula Valley . Even it was struck with malaria its people insisted on staying rather than abandon it . Here we tell the remarkable story of the Dobrovin family that Passed many hardship on their way to Judaism and the Holy Land. What's at the site: 1. An Orchard with an Antilia weel 2. Exhibition and settlement Archives. 3. Reconstruction of the living 4. Audio-visual program"130 years of settlement" 5. Pottery workshops - by advance booking 6. Restaurant. ( Advance booking) Individuals ,families ,students and tourists groups are welcomed See - Feel - Enjoy For the general public: self-tours including viewing the audiovisual display. Self-activities for families: costume corner, wheat grinding using millstone. Guided tours - pre-arranged tours
  • Excellent58%
  • Very good21%
  • Average14%
  • Poor7%
  • Terrible0%
1 Mar 2017
“Living history”
12 Mar 2017
“FARM HOUSE OF SOBOTNICS”
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Derech Hashmura | Upper Galile, Yesod Hamaala, Israel
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Reviewed 12 March 2017

A renovated farmhouse of Sobotnic family that came as pioneers to the nearby Yesod Hamaala,the sobotnics came from South Russia,originally Pravoslavs,that started keeping Jewish tradition

1  Thank airport2015
Reviewed 1 March 2017

We were at the Dubrobin Farm with a group, and we had a personal guided tour by a descendent of the founders who could presonally relate his history of the Farm to us. We had an excellent lunch there, with home-made bread, great food and...More

1  Thank Ira G
Reviewed 19 October 2016 via mobile

A little tweaking to the food and service could really help.. My second trip here and it's good, but could be great with a little effort.

Thank Robert G
Reviewed 20 September 2016

Definitely worth a visit - historic, interesting, atmospheric. You can see a film about the history of the restored farmhouse etc etc. We were eagerly anticipating a gourmet experience - I'm afraid the food, though very good, fell short of that. Not sure why the...More

1  Thank Patrice60
Reviewed 25 August 2016

Very nice service at this private event at the Farm. More than enough food. Typical fare to start bottled water and wine. Hummus, Pita and plenty of vegetables. Gluten Free was accomodated. Meat, Chicken, delicious fresh lettuce was memorable as well!

Thank Mom2morgan10
Reviewed 18 June 2016

Come to Dubrovin Farm for many reasons. The tour brings you into a wonderful story of the past that explains the future. It will enthrall you. The dining room and food were both warm and plentiful in its ambiance and flavors. Large portions, family style...More

1  Thank RAVLOTS
Reviewed 9 June 2016

There is a film which we saw telling the terrible sacrifice the settlers from the First Aliyah made to settle this territory. I only wish they had provided more information about the Subbotniks.

1  Thank Lorne N
Reviewed 18 November 2014

The Dubrovin farm has a wonderful feel to it, the atmosphere is relaxed and welcoming. The museum talks about the history of the Dubrovin Family and the near by Moshava Yesod Hammala and gives you a great insight into the history of Jewish settlements in...More

2  Thank Bar Clara M
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