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- [dead link] Water tower.
- Ussishkin School. A school building planned by the architect Arieh Sharon in the International Style in 1941.
- 1 Nabi Yamin. A tomb from the Mameluk period. It attracts many Jewish visitors who see it as the tomb of the Biblical patriach Benjamin.
- 2 The Khan. Built in 1906 and destroyed three times. Next to it are two 100-year-old eucalyptus trees, and the first well of Kfar Saba.
Museums and Galleries
- 3 Kfar Saba Archaeological Museum. Exhibits locally found artifacts and fragments of mosaic floor. The museum also runs the Tel Kfar Saba archaeological site, where activities including processing wine and olive oil in reconstructed facilities.
- 4 Kfar Saba City Gallery. Exhibits modern art.
- 5 Ulam HaRishonim. Shows documents and photos from the early years of Kfar Saba.
- 1 Kfar Saba Park. Open 6:30-23:00 daily.. A large park with grass, fields, fountains, exercise equipment, a lookout, coffee shop, tree maze, and more.
- 2 Gan Menashe. Contains 90-year-old trees.
|Routes through Kfar Saba|
|Haifa ← Hadera ←||N S||→ Petah Tikva, Bnei Brak, Ramat Gan → Rishon LeZion, Ashdod, Ashkelon|
|END ←||N S||→ Petah Tikva, Ben Gurion International Airport, Lod, Ramla → Rehovot, Beer Sheba|
|(Highways 2, 20) ← Herzliya, Ra'anana ←||W E||→ (Highways 6)|
|Ra'anana ←||W S||→ Petah Tikva, Bnei Brak → Tel Aviv|