Liberty Bell Park
Liberty Bell park is one of Jerusalem’s favorite family hangouts. Kids can play around and families can chill, picnic, and enjoy the pleasant, quiet atmosphere of the park.
The park is located at the junction where Keren Hayesod and King David streets meet. It is named for the huge bell at the middle of the park which was donated by the City of Philadelphia to mark 200 years since the American War of Independence. The bell is a replica of the one in Philadelphia.
The park has large grassy areas, plants and green corners, with benches and stone tables, as well as there is a rollerblading track, a playground, a skateboarding area, a basketball court and a soccer field. In addition, there is a small amphitheater where outdoor concerts take place in the summer. Hebrew Book Week has been held in the park for the past few years, during which book sale stands are set up along the paths of the park.