This large, beautiful park is at an unexpected location, right on the eastern edge of the city.
What I like most about the park is the series of sculptures placed on a hill right in the centre of it. These are big, white, modern sculptures. When I was a kid, we used to call it “The White Park” after those white sculptures. Each sculpture represents a different geometric shape and the layout was meant to depict what Tel Aviv looked like in its early years (in a very abstract way…)
The tower in the middle of the park is open to visitors and anyone can climb to the top for a great panoramic view of Tel Aviv and nearby cities.
The park also has a nice artificial lake and plenty of shaded areas to relax in.
It’s a lovely and spacious park, a perfect place to unwind or to go for a run on any day of the week. It may get a little busier during weekends, but maintains its chilled atmosphere.