Passover in Tel Aviv, as across Israel, is a time for events, and 2021 is no different. There are events for all ages from great parties and concerts to family friendly festivals. And with Spring officially upon us, Passover in Tel Aviv is also a time for the beach with more and more people taking advantage of the weather and heading to the sand.
2021 Tel Aviv Passover Events – To Be Updated Soon
Free Museums over Pesach
Many museums across Tel Aviv will be open for free over Passover including the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Design Museum Holon, and Rabin Center.
More details see free Passover Museums
Tel Aviv Architecture Tours
Take advantage of the great weather and explore the streets of Tel Aviv beyond the facades learning the history of this great city and its notable architecture on a four-hour walking tour.
Throughout Pesach, from $18 per person. Private tours. More about Tel Aviv Architecture Tours.
Head out of Town
Join a tour – to Masada and the Dead Sea, to the North, or head south to the Negev, and make a one-day excursion from Tel Aviv. Or make this holiday the time you fulfill your life-long dream to visit Petra.
Head to the Beach
As Spring takes to the air, Pesach is the start of bathing season and subject to good weather, Tel Aviv’s beaches will undoubtedly be swarming with tourists over the holiday week. Which beach are you heading to? Read our guide to the Tel Aviv beaches.
Old Jaffa Passover
In Old Jaffa, Passover activities will center around musical performances and shows for the whole family in Kedumim Square. The shows will feature a range of music, from disco and 70’s, to the best of Israeli music.
Pesach in Israel
There are loads of things to do for Passover in Israel if you leave Tel Aviv for a while. Check out our separate article about things to do for Passover in Israel.