Jerusalem Old train station

The First Station

YamBaKerach: Ice Rink at First Station at 21.04.2014

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Until 21.04.2014

Penguins and Seals in the Capital: Ice is back in Jerusalem!

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YamBaKerach 2014: Ice Skating and other activities for the whole family at First Station


March 3 – April 22, 2014 (including the Purim and Passover vacations).


YamBaKerach is an Ariel Company production.


*Unique experience – ice skating on a huge rink with penguins and seals


*professional classes and guidance


*YambaKerach at First Station will offer ice skating as well as other activities


YamBaKerach promises an unforgettable experience for children and families, with ice skating on a huge 600 meter rink. For younger children, seals will help them skate sitting down with the help of their parents. Older children can skate with unique penguins which will make skating more manageable. 


The rink is covered and temperature controlled, ensuring that the ice stays smooth throughout the day. Visitors will receive warm, professional guidance. At the entrance, visitors will receive skating equipment. There will also be music playing to add to the atmosphere.


YamBaKerach is open to everyone, including families, school groups, and ice hockey teams. In addition, the space will be available to rent for private and corporate events


Florentine Circus: April 10-22, 2014:


The “Fire and Water” Florentine Circus will hold performances at First Station from April 10-22. Fire and water meet on stage in a spectacular, hypnotic circus show for the whole family starring performers from the Florentine Circus and international circus performers. 


YamBaKerach Dates and Times:


YamBaKerach will take place between March 3-April 22, 2013

Daily from 14:00-21:00

During holidays and holiday vacation days from 9:00-23:00


Entrance fee: 40 NIS for children and adults | 35 NIS per person for groups | 30 NIS for Yerushalmi card holders



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