With waves of the mighty Mediterranean touching its fringes, the Charles Clore Park is one of the most delightful spots in Tel Aviv. Named after the British real estate mogul, the park was opened in the year 1974. Set against the backdrop of towering skyscrapers, the verdure of the rolling lawns is a tranquil haven amid the buzz of Tel Aviv. Apart from offering spectacular sea views, the park is a vibrant recreational hub. From sandboxes, rope pyramids to areas specifically designed for yoga, the park facilitates health and frolic both. An ideal spot for summer picnics, the park is equipped with numerous barbeque stations. The sculpture garden featuring works of local and national artists is a paradise for art lovers. Tourists and locals alike can visit the Etzel Museum which is located on the park premises. A perfect rendezvous point for locals and tourists alike, the Charles Clore Park is a great addition to Tel Aviv's sociocultural scene.