Eran Grebler has been producing Judaica and draydels for the past 30 years. Originally based in Caesarea, Draydel House moved to the Templar buildings in Sarona 4 years ago. Over 800 different draydels are displayed in the gallery (not only for Chanukah) for all purposes, throughout the year – Draydels in the shape of a spinning fish, an elephant or a porcupine, draydels created with great humour- from a draydel with excuses for married women to a draydel for men with phrases that women love to hear, as well as draydels in different shapes. At the entrance to the Draydel House there is a sign which states: You are invited to spin and smile!!