The Rabbit Village, Bethlehem of Galilee – Visitors Guide

The Rabbit Village – Neger Farm is a tourist attraction in Bethlehem of Galilee. And the highlight is feeding rabbits.

Map

The Rabbit Village is located at Bethlehem Of Galilee. The easiest way to reach it is by entering its name into Waze or using the links below.

Note: Waze took us through roads #77 and #7626. And from #7626, we followed the signs.

Directions for drivers: Link to Waze and Link to Google Maps
Directions for public transport: Link to Moovit

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Interactive map of the area:

Offers:

  • Hotels, hostels, and apartments in this area:
Booking.com

Here is a diagram of the farm:

Diagram of Neger Farm
Diagram of Neger Farm

Parking

There is free dirt parking by the entrance.

Opening Hours

Sunday: 10:00 – 16:00
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday: 10:00 – 15:00
Thursday: 10:00 – 16:00
Friday: 10:00 – 14:00
Saturday: 10:00 – 16:00

Note: during holidays, opening hours can change.

Entrance Fee

Adult/child (above one year old) – 60 NIS
Senior citizen/Soilder/Disabled person – 50 NIS

If you are visiting with kids, you will probably purchase rabbit food. It costs 10 NIS per small cup.

Note: I have searched for discounts and coupons online, but I did not find any.

Contact Information

Official Website: www.neger.farm
Phone: 050-819-8688
Email: info@neger.farm
Facebook page: facebook.com/NegerRabbitVillage

Feeding Rabbits

There are five compounds where rabbits can be seen. When we entered, we headed to compound #1 (as marked on the diagram above), where you can feed rabbits and hold parrots. Here are several photos:

There were two types of rabbits in compound #1 (big and small). While some were sleeping, others were eating. My kids enjoyed this area a lot, and we spent more than half an hour there.

When our rabbit food ended, we headed to other areas of Neger Farm.

Some other compounds were closed, and one was full (the guide told us to return later). In addition to the five compounds, we saw different farm animals, playgrounds for kids, inflatables, and food kiosks. And there also was a show for kids. Here are several photos:

The Pepper House

We headed to the nearby Pepper House when we exited the Rabbit Village. It is a farm that sells different seeds and produce (mainly related to peppers). We purchased raspberry jam with pepper and pepper spice, which concluded our visit.

Visitors to The Rabbit Village get a 10% discount, and there is a food truck near this farm. You can find additional details in the photos below:

Summary

Our visit to the Rabbit Village lasted about two hours, and my kids immensely enjoyed it. The rabbits are adorable, and the extra activities (playground, inflatables, show) are a good bonus for younger children (probably kids 3 – 8 would enjoy it the most). Another bonus is that most of Neger Farm is shaded. Thus, even in summer, it probably will not be too hot.

After mentioning all the pluses, I should say the minuses. The main downside is the entrance fee. The price is not cheap, and it is up to you to decide whether you are willing to pay it.

Note: for additional information about animals and wildlife, check out Zoos and Aquariums in Israel. If you are looking for additional attractions nearby, browse the map at the top of this post or see Bethlehem Of Galilee.

Have you ever been to The Rabbit Village? Tell us about your experience in the comments below.

That’s all for today, and I’ll see you on future trips!

Stay Tuned!

   

Additional Resources

Here are several resources that I created to help travelers: And if you have any questions then check out Useful Information For Tourists To Israel.  
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Lev Tsimbler

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