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Susan’s house


Susan’s House is a unique program for teens-at-risk in the Israeli society. The organization employs teens-at-risk to work in the industrial on-site workshop to create works of art that are sold to the public. Teens learn the values of hard work and diligence, are paid for their services, and stay away from the negative influences of the street.

Your group is invited to tour the facility, meet the teens-at-risk who make the wares, listen to a brief talk about the organization and its successes, tour the work floor, and purchase the hand-made beautiful works of art (which are not your typical trinkets and souvenirs generically available in the Israeli markets).

  • Group size: 1-50 people
  • Hours: Sunday – Thursday 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM, 3:30 – 4:30 PM, 6:00 – 7:30 PM (There are no afternoon activities on Thursday)
  • Restrictions: It has been requested that visitors do not take photos of the youth without their permission.
  • Tour Activity: Visit and Volunteer

For tour suggestions, special programs, questions, or bookings please contact our tourism department in Israel: [email protected]

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