Kibbutz Yad Mordechai Tourism invites you to various activities, all as sweet as honey
The Honey and Bee House (Beit Ha'Dvash Ve Ha'Dvora)
Take a journey into the magical world of bees. A world of exemplary order, diligence, absolute loyalty, and sophisticated hierarchy - and there's even time for dancing!
A suited beekeeper will welcome you, and, from behind a special sealed glass window, reveal the active, bustling and buzzing beehive through which we can closely study and gain an understanding of the ways of bees in their natural habitat, glimpsing the intricacies of their secret, magical world.
A tour on board the Kibbutz's Tractor
After learning about honey and, of course, tasting it, our trusty tractor will be waiting for you in the Honey House square, harnessed to a cart that will take us to various areas around the kibbutz, allowing us to observe the various fields of Israeli agriculture from a new and inspiring angles.
We will learn about the cowshed and the milking process, the field crops and orchards, and how farm life is integrated into the lives of the kibbutz members. As we pass through these various stations, we will also learn about the story of Yad Mordechai.
Yad Mordechai's Sweet Honey Cakes - The Real Deal!
We invite you to a sweet honey cake baking workshop, where you will be the confectioners. We will reveal the secret recipe for our famous honey cakes and we'll bake hot, sweet cakes together!
"The Kibbutz of the Past"
The collection at "The Kibbutz of the Past" is where we utilize various objects to tell the story of the pioneer settlers, the daily life of children and kibbutz members; A life of sharing and equality; perhaps poor materially but spiritually rich.
The Dana Gallery
Each Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, the Dana Gallery, founded to commemorate Dana Dvir, presents interchanging art exhibits in various domains: painting, sculpting, photography, video art and more.
* Please call to inquire about opening days and times.