Experience freedom – celebrate Passover surrounded by the beautiful foothills of the Berkshire Mountains.
Enjoy classes from our best teachers and delicious Kosher-for-Pesach fare. Our schedule is packed with activities for the whole family. Nourish your mind, body, and soul on one of the best Passover vacations you’ll ever have!
Pesach at Isabella Freedman features programs and activities for all ages, and communal seders with semi-private options available.
Nourishing farm-to-table kosher-for-Passover meals featuring ethically sourced glatt kosher meat; vegetarian, and non-gebrochts options.
Isabella Freedman has a variety of room types, which can accommodate individuals and families of various sizes. More details on accommodations can be found here.
Seders: There are two options for each Seder. You can join a communal seder in our Dining Room or hold your semi-private Seder as a family unit in our Library.
Classes: Multiple classes on various topics are presented by renowned teachers and scholars, as well as experiential classes with themes of the environment and the natural world.
Activities: Enjoy tours of our organic farm, guided trail hikes with extended excursion options. We offer pickling and cheese making workshops, boating, and many other perennial favorites.
While many of our activities are family-friendly, there will also be dedicated programming for kids throughout the week. These will use our farm and the natural environment of the retreat center.
Kids programming will be outdoors as much as possible, including in the rain; a raincoat, rain boots, hiking boots or sneakers, and a labeled water bottle are required.
Parents/Guardians can choose to drop off their children or stay with them. The Gan provides a safe and engaging space to play, explore, sing, and move. Children younger than two may attend, but parents/ guardians must stay. Programming is in the morning only, except for arrival and departure days.
Camp provides many hands-on and nature-based experiential activities. Some examples include hikes, outdoor games, drama/improv, and learning about farming on the Adamah farm. Programming is both in the mornings and afternoons.
Check back here soon for updates to the 2024 Roster of Teachers and Program leaders.
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