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Havayeda Teva Rehovot

Havayeda Teva Rehovot

Havayeda Teva are interactive science centers spread all around Israel. We encourage our visitors to touch, operate and play with exhibits and by doing so to actively investigate scientific phenomena. Our basic assumption is that children are naturally curious about their surroundings and learn best by active experimentation.

The word HAVAYEDA is a fusion of two Hebrew words - HAVAYA (a fun experience) and YEDA (knowledge). The name manifests the main objective of the center - to create an informal, pleasant and enjoyable learning environment that allures children to the magical world of science.

Activities at Havayeda Teva provide an initial exposure to scientific phenomena which the children meet in their everyday life. The exhibits are simple to operate and allow a positive and encouraging experience.

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Address: Rehovot, Yekhezkel Havivi Str. 5
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