Warm water swimming pools, surrounded by spacious lawns
Tower and Stockade site
Museum of Regional and Mediterranean Archaeology
Reconstructed flour mill
Settlement Bell Garden
Gan Hashlosha is located in the Bet She'an Valley, near Kibbutz Nir David, 5 km to the west of Bet She'an. Access is from Road 669.
The watchtower at the tower and stockade site: The top of the tower offers a view of the countryside of the Valley of the Springs, Mt Gilboa, Ramat Issachar and Gilad.
Gan Hashlosha National Park is a declared park covering an area of 130 dunams. The grounds of the park include the Amal Stream and its pools, and the Museum of Archeology. The planners of the park, architects Lipa Yahalom and Dan Zur, won major prizes for its planning. The name Gan Hashlosha, the Park of the Three, commemorates three pioneers of settlement in the area - Aharon Etkin, Haim Sturman and David Mosensohn, who were killed in 1938 when their vehicle went over a landmine in the Bet She'an Valley.
Gan Hashlosha is situated on Road 669, between Hashita junction and Bet She'an, some 25 minutes from Afula.
By public transport: Superbus line 412, departing from Bet She'an and Afula.
One hour – one day
All year round
Don't miss: The natural Jacuzzi under the waterfall
Rescue services, changing rooms, canteen, pool, shaded areas, waterfalls, Museum of Archeology, tower and stockade site, picnic tables, play apparatus for children
Last entry to the park is one hour before closing time
Sunday - Thursday and Saturday – 8 am – 5 pm
Fridays – 8 am – 4 pm
July and August:
Fridays – 8 am – 5 pm
Sunday - Thursday and Saturday – 8 am – 4 pm
Fridays – 8 am – 3 pm
On the eve of New Year, the eve of the Day of Atonement, and Passover eve: 8 am – 1 pm
Opening hours of the Tower and Stockade site and the Museum of Archaeology:
Sunday – Thursday – 10 am – 2 pm
For families and individuals, over the weekends in July and August, by prior registration.
Overnight camping for groups of 100 or more is possible throughout the year (and can also include night-time swimming), by prior arrangement.
Groups (100 or more) can enjoy an enchanted moonlight swim in the illuminated spring pool. This can be combined with an evening meal, party, performance in the amphitheater - spacious lawns and overnight camping. Cost NIS 40 per person.
Museum of Archaeology: 04-658352
Tower and Stockade site: 04-ex 581017
Individuals: Adult – NIS 39, child (up to age 14) – NIS 24
Group (over 30): Adult – NIS 35, child (up to age 14) – NIS 22
Students: NIS 33
Senior citizens: NIS 20
*Entrance fee for members: 50% of the full entrance fee for individual visitors
It is prohibited to bring dogs and other animals into the grounds of the site