Rabin Square, also previously known as Kings of Israel Square is a square in the city of Tel Aviv, Israel. The square has existed since the 1960s. It was renamed to Rabin Square in 1995 after Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated on the square. The square is bordered by the City Hall building. Political demonstrations, parades and other events have been common on the square over the years. It is a place in the city where people come together.
The square is situated in the city centre. The 18, 25, 56, 89, 125, 189, 192 and 289 buses all stop close to the square.
Opening Times and Admission
The square is a public square, it is free for the public to use at any hour of any day.