A theatre in the refugee camp hosting a large variety of plays and productions, many concerning the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. With it's dedication to bringing art to the community the Freedom Theatre is a visible and well-known institution in Jenin. The theatre is also accepts volunteers from the artistic community. For visitors, there's a small café within the theatre complex.
The tunnels date back to the Bronze age. In 1996, MOTA began excavations on a tunnel shaft, the most elaborate feature in Belameh. Through support from the UNDP, around 150 meters of tunnel is being transformed into an archeological park which will feature an educational sound and light show.
This tourist village has a hotel, gardens, a pool, and even a large amusement park located on the hotel's grounds.
the visitor's centre has many suggestions for activities and things to see.
Five dormitories of 8 beds each, including 2 women-only dormitories.
The name of Jenin is derived from the biblical ''Ein Ganim'' and means ''the spring of gardens''. Surprisingly many people in Jenin speak German, which is probably due to the Cinema Jenin. Further information can be acquired from: *