The Well House

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The Well House is a remnant of the Pardes Hagdud Farm which was established in 1928 by veterans of the Jewish battalions. 

Until the establishment of the State of Israel, the farm and orchards served as a base for Haganah activity. At the end of the 1940s, the farm was annexed to the municipal area of the Netanya Municipality. 

The well’s structure is testimony to the initial years of Netanya, and as such has earned recognition as a heritage site and serves as the museum for the city’s history.

Visitors to the museum can see the replicated water pump and also enjoy the exhibition on site. A visit to the museum requires advance arrangement.

Accessibility arrangements at the site

Accessible parking – yes

Accessible entrances and exits – yes

Accessible bathrooms – yes

Elevator (lift) – exemption from the Equal Opportunities Commission

Accessible service point – not required


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