The small and ancient village of Rosh Pina, with its cobblestone roads, stone-built homes, thick walls and gardens.
We know the village through the story of the pioneers who decided against all odds to follow their dream and establish the first settlement in the Galilee, thus creating a reality and established the framework that would enable the establishment of the State of Israel.
The tour starts at Wadi Rosh Pina where you hear about the first attempt to settle in the place.
From there you go to the Nimrod observation point to hear about the second attempt to settle in the place.
Later you go to HaRishonim Street and listen to the stories of the houses and the families of the first settlers, as well as the bohemian settlement that flourished in Rosh Pina beginning in the 70s of the 20th century.
Visitors at the ancient synagogue, built by the Baron, and from there continue to the Alter Schwartz Hotel and talk about the family's story and the famous visitors of the hotel.
From there they go to the home of Simcha Wilkomitz, who became the principal of the first Hebrew school.
During the tour they visit the many art galleries scattered along Harishonim Street, and visit the clerks' house to hear about the relationships between the Baron and the settlers.
From there, we enter the room of Prof. Gideon Mer, who has studied the malaria disease that has killed thousands among the pioneers and found a cure for it.
We end up by meeting Peter, who builds unique musical instruments from South Africa; or with Ofer, building amazing wind chimes, whom tells about the unique art forms. The tour must be arranged in advance, is suitable for all ages, and lasts about 2-4 hours.