Archaeology and History
A well-known tour for those coming to, and from Jerusalem. The visitors' center - Beit Yellin - has been around for two years. The house, first built in 1890 by Yehoshua Yellin, a member of one of the families of the old village in the Old City of Jerusalem, is preserved and renovated by the Council for the Preservation of Israel's Heritage Sites.
After years of neglect, it opened for public visits. This is the first private house to be built in the valley of Moza even before the colony was established, and the visit provides a uniquely authentic experience of a 19th-century agricultural farmhouse. Around the house is an agricultural plot with an orchard and vineyard, an ancient olive plot and a rare plum branch in Israel are also there. From the paths adjacent to the estate you can visit Ein Motza nearby, continue on a footpath to the Sattaf springs, or, go up to Jerusalem through the Arazim Valley.
The site offers three types of structured tours: Short - at the Yellin House, the ancient synagogue, and the spring. Medium - In the agricultural Motza and in Motza Ilit. Long - from Nahal Halilim through Einot Telem in the Arazim Valley to Beit Yellin. Training is given to a group of at least 12 people, on Friday and Saturday, a minimum of 25 people. In addition, events of up to 80 participants can be held at Beit Yellin.