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The Ramat Gan National Park and Ramat Hashikma

Ramat Hashikma Sycamore Tree (I/3)
A hollow and famous sycamore tree after which the adjacent neighborhood is named. The tree is located in a small public garden that also has a monument commemorating the neighborhood residents who fell in Israel’s wars.
Season: Year round
Access: Azriel St., west of house number 1.

The Eucalyptus Grove (J/4)
To the east of the Ramat Gan National Park, in the grove, insect-eating small bats nest. The small bats actively serve as insecticides against mosquito nuisances in the area.
Season: Year round.
Access: Through the path leading to the horse farm adjacent to the park.

The Ramat Gan National Park (I, J/4)
Ramat Gan’s central municipal park - although almost entirely of human design, the park’s lake attracts many waterfowl in the winter. Along the eastern flank of the park, there is an uncultivated strip that has a host of wildflowers in the spring. In the park’s south, Copher Stream winds among the eucalyptus trees, giving visitors a break from the crowded city.
Season: Year round
Access: Hatzvi Blvd., crowded on Saturdays and holidays.

The Man and Animal Museum in the Ramat Gan National Park (J/4)
An hour-long guided tour.
Address and phone number: Ramat Gan National Park, 03-6315010.
Edis de Philippe Grove (H/3,4)
An eolianite hill planted with pine trees, at the foot of which remains some natural eolianite vegetation such as Iris and Tassel Hyacinth.
Season: Year round (blooming is in the spring).
Access: Ramat Chen St. at the corner of Hame’ah VeEchad St.