Ein Hod Artists Village - things to do & see around Haifa
Ein Hod Artists' Village

Ein Hod Artists' Village

Mask - Ein Hod Gallery 

An Inspiring Experience in
the Picturesque Artists' Village



  Contact Ein Hod Artistss Village                                        Ein Hod, Israel

 +972 54 481 1968



The Ein Hod Artists’ Village is a perfect place to spend a few hours. Along its pastoral lanes you can visit the artists' galleries and workshops, purchase authentic art and craft.

Founded in 1953 by a group of progressive artists, Ein Hod lies on the western slopes of Mt Carmel, surrounded by an ancient olive grove in a breathtaking landscape looking out toward the sea and the Crusader fortress of Atlit.  

Purple gate Gallery

Led by the acclaimed DADA artist Marcel JancoIt, it is nowadays a unique and romantic retreat were painters, sculptors, ceramists, actors and many other artists from every artistic field, live and creates.

To do & see at Ein Hod
By appointment, one can experience the authentic Guided Tour of Ein Hod, learn about the history of the village and meet artists in their studios and galleries. The artists tell about themselves, their art and sources of inspiration. Guided tour is led by Dan Ben-Arye, painter & sculptor residing in Ein Hod since 1984.


Fine art print
By Dan Ben-Arye

Marcel Janco
Dada Museum

The Nisco Museum of
Mechanical Music

One can also participate in an Art Workshops in painting, ceramic, print, photography and more. To coordinate a visit call Lea (dialing from Israel) 0544 - 811968 or  04-9841126 

More at Ein Hod...
The Janco Dada Museum    A permanent exhibition of Marcel Janco and exhibitions of modern art. To coordinate a visit call 04-9541656
The Nisco Museum of Mechanical Music    Contains a collection of antique music boxes and other mechanical musical instruments. The collection which was accumulated over 40 years by Nisan Cohen, the founder of the Nisco Museum. To coordinate a visit call 052-4755313

Getting there 
Ein Hod Artists' Village is located 15 Km South of Haifa, off route # 4




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