Expo Tel Aviv
|Expo Tel Aviv|
Pavilion 1 (Central) in October 2014
|Address||101 Rokach Boulevard|
|Location||Tel Aviv, Israel|
|Owner||Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality|
|Operator||The Israel Trade Fairs & Convention Center Ltd.|
|Renovated||2011 (Pavilion 10)|
|Expanded||1983, 2003 (Pavilion 1)|
2015 (Pavilion 2)
|Demolished||2010 (1959 pavilion)|
|Israel Trade Fairs and Convention Center|
Tel Aviv Convention Center (2014–18)
|6,090 (360° stage) (Pavilion 1)|
9,628 (360° stage) (Pavilion 2)
|• Total space||75 acres (30 ha)|
|• Exhibit hall floor||50,000 m2 (540,000 sq ft)|
5,100 m2 (55,000 sq ft) (Pavilion 1)
6,470 m2 (69,600 sq ft) (Pavilion 2)
|Public transit access||Tel Aviv University railway station|
Expo Tel Aviv (formerly the Israel Trade Fairs and Convention Center (Hebrew: מרכז הירידים והקונגרסים בישראל) and later the Tel Aviv Convention Center (Hebrew: מרכז הירידים - תל אביב), although commonly referred to locally as Ganei HaTaarucha (Exhibition Gardens, Hebrew: גני התערוכה) and also as the Tel Aviv Fairgrounds) is a fairground and convention center in north Tel Aviv. It was first opened in 1932 as "Yarid HaMizrach" located at the site of the Levant Fair at Tel Aviv Port. The fairgrounds were moved to their present location at 101 Rokach Boulevard (near the Yarkon Park and Tel Aviv University) in 1959.
It is also called Ganei HaTa'arukha, meaning: The Fair Gardens. In September 2018, it was rebranded as "EXPO Tel Aviv".
The location hosts up to 2.5 million visitors and has between 45 and 60 major events annually. The fairground has ten halls and pavilions and a large outdoor space including an amusement park.
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References[change | change source]
- "Tel Aviv Convention Center: Pavilion 1". Retrieved 26 June 2018.
- "Tel Aviv to host Eurovision 2019! - Eurovision Song Contest Israel 2019". eurovision.tv. Retrieved 2018-09-13.
Other websites[change | change source]
Media related to Israel Trade Fairs & Convention Center at Wikimedia Commons