The Azrieli Centre is the biggest commercial centre in the entire Middle East and is made up of three buildings; one cylindrical, one a square cuboid, and one a triangular prism. On the forty-ninth floor of the cylindrical building is the highest observatory in the Middle East. The spectacular view stretches from Ashkelon in the south to Hadera in the north and on clear days one can see Jerusalem in the east!
Entrance to the Azrieli Observatory is via the third floor of the Azrieli mall which is situated in the cylindrical building and at the entrance admission is paid (20 NIS for adults). There is a speedy elevator to take visitors up to the forty-ninth floor and once there, one can rent telescopes and audio equipment to enhance the experience.
There is a restaurant on the forty-ninth floor called "2C" where one can enjoy phenomenal views of Tel aviv while dining. The restaurant is known for it's Kosher Mediterranean gourmet dishes that can be enjoyed from the highest perspective of Tel Aviv possible! For reservations call (03) 6081990.
In addition, there is a souvenir shop, a 3D film about Tel Aviv in the early days and temporary art exhibits on the same forty-ninth floor.
address: 132 Menahem Begin Rd.
phone: (03) 6081179
Open Hours: Azrieli Observatory is open every day. In the winter it is open between 9:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. and in the summer from 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (Fridays until 6:00 p.m.)
Time spent : 2 hours
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