Hamachreshot - Study Areas

The exams period is back! And thus also "hamachreshot"! So… It's time to perhaps answer some of your questions:


What's "hamachreshot"?

"Hamachreshot" is a study area for the exams period for students that feel "crowded" in their homes. For the benefit of students, Tel Aviv residents, who are looking for a place to study by themselves or in groups, when the apartment is too small, or the flat mate complains and the prices in the cafés are out of their budget. Once again for this coming exams period, the Tel Aviv – Yafo Municipality is providing four cozy and comfortable study complexes starting on Sunday, January 17th through Thursday, February 11th.


Each area will supply to the students:

Wi-Fi, tables and chairs and of course, free hot drinks.


Which dates will "hamachreshot" take place?

January 17th to February 11th


Which days and hours will the places be open?


> Mazeh 9, the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality's Center for Young Adults - tel: 03-5257490

from Sunday to Thursday from 9am to midnight,

on Fridays from 9am to 5pm

on Shabbat from 9am to 10pm.


> Yefet 83, the Young Adults Center in Yafo - tel: 03-5084123

from Sunday to Thursday from 9am to 10pm.


> The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, The Art Library in the Memory of Meir Arison - tel: 03-6077060/1

(entrance by showing a valid student ID)

from Sunday to Thursday from 9am to 9pm. (Here you have to keep it quiet!)


> In Rova 9, 52 Moshe Dayan St – tel: 054-3012455

from Sunday to Thursday from 10am to 10pm

on Fridays from 10am to 2pm.


How much does it cost?

Free ;o)


Is there a fee for the coffee corner?

Coffee is also free ☺


Is it possible to print and/or receive office's equipment?

Unfortunately, we are unable to provide administrative services.


Is it possible to study in groups?

Yes, in the special space for group study. We ask to think of the other students, respect them and maintain a reasonable level of noise.


Why aren't "hamachreshot" taking place around the year?

We try to adapt ourselves during the exams period of the academic institutions in the city. During the rest of the year, Mazeh 9 – the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality's Center for Young Adults, has a free workspace at the entrance floor which is open to the public.


If I want more information about "hamachreshot" – Who should I ask?

Check our facebook page


"Hamachreshot" in the Tel Aviv Museum of Art:

The entrance includes a tour at the exhibition, the sculpture garden and attendance to lectures and gallery talks (according to the program that will be distributed there).


In addition we have a mobile charging service for smartphones – by the REFILL company – which allow all the library visitors to charge their phones at any time, via mobile chargers which provide the freedom to talk and surf without being stuck next to the wall outlet and without messing with unnecessary wires. – There is a need of leaving your ID as a guarantee during the use of mobile chargers.


- We are dog friendly.

- There is no need to book a spot, just pop in.

- There is no booking in advance - in all places you can sit wherever there is a free spot.

- At the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, there is a need of showing a valid student ID at the entrance but at the rest of the places there is no such need.