General Information

A part of the Jerusalem Park streched from Motsa interchange to Golda interchange (the Ramot road) on a large area of natural woodland, orchards and vineyards.
Both a bicycle path and a narrow road cross the park. Near the western entrance there is a park with stone tables dedicated to ancient table games. on the other bank of Arazim River (a dry streambed) Einot Telem – remains of a small Jewish settlement with a two-storey structure.
On a hill at the middle of the park is the 9/11 Living Memorial Plaza- with names of the victims embedded on a metal plate and placed on a circular wall around a cenotaph (measures 30 feet) made of granite, bronze and aluminum. The cenotaph takes the form of an American flag, waving and transforming into a flame at the tip.
Along the park are rest areas, picnic tables, and playgrounds.

entrance from Motsa interchange (road no. 1) or Golda interchange ( Ramot road)
Chemical toilets at 9/11 memorial. drinking fountains along path