A nice place to visit, but we'd recommend you go late to avoid the height of the Tel Aviv heat.
A plaza that's very welcoming to visitors.
One of Rothschild Boulevard's magical lesser-known spots is the plaza in front of the Habima Theatre, an enormous open tiled space that's different from the rest of the city's parks, with a curious fountain at its centre making it a pleasant, pretty place to hang out. Nonetheless, because of the materials used in its construction, when the sun beats down with full force, this can be the hottest place in town temperature-wise (that was largely the reason for local opposition to this park). But after an afternoon stroll along Rothschild Boulevard, as the day cools off this square is a wonderful place to end up and rest a while.