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Joseph Bau House

9 Berdichevski, Tel Aviv 6425808, Israel
+972 54-421-2730
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a wonderful insight into the history of Tel Aviv, the world of illustration. and the history of the Jews.

the enthusiastic guides who tell the story of their father as an illustrator in the holocaust and... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2017
Tel Aviv
Little gem of Israeli history

Tiny museum in central Tel Aviv tells the history of a remarkable and talented graphic artist who... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2017
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"Joseph Bau House" is an authentic artist workshop that conveys to the visitor the amazing life story of Joseph Bau reflected in the wide range of his creativity, which includes movies, animation, paintings, graphics, literature and research of the Hebrew language - all spiced with special humor stemming from his optimistic view of life. Rebecca and Joseph Bau are the original couple whose wedding is shown in the movie "Schindler's List". Visits may be made only by appointment. Please call.
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  • Average1%
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
9 Berdichevski, Tel Aviv 6425808, Israel
+972 54-421-2730
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Reviewed 10 July 2017

the enthusiastic guides who tell the story of their father as an illustrator in the holocaust and in the early days of the city, provide basic and fascinating information.

Thank Bulbe
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Tiny museum in central Tel Aviv tells the history of a remarkable and talented graphic artist who played many roles in Israel's early history. Story all the more interesting because it is narrated by one of Bau's daughters. A great place to visit for those...More

Thank Lisa1359
Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

What an amazing little place! The Bau Sisters are so nice and funny! Their story about their parents and all the art and jokes about their father Joseph Bau! A great experience !! Totally worth the visit!

Thank Hayya N
Reviewed 30 March 2017

The biography of a man who survived the German inferno and destruction, where he intended the life of the love of the land and the people, the discovery of the Hebrew language, both humorously and skillfully. After immigrating to Israel with his wife, he played...More

Thank Jacob S
Reviewed 16 March 2017

We actually just wanted to make a spontaneously visit at the Joseph Bau-House near the Rothschild-Boulevard. Coincidentally we arrived when a workshop just started and we were invited to join. Joseph Bau's daughter told the stories behind is works and of his live in a...More

Thank Goldhanna J
Reviewed 13 February 2017

Visiting the Joseph Bau house and being hosted by his daughter Hadassa was a highlight of our trip to Tel Aviv. Joseph Bau stood for everything positive in life and visiting his house was an inspiring experience. You will enjoy his unique art, learn of...More

Thank Fishcat914
Reviewed 30 November 2016

We were honored to be received by Clila and Hadasa Bau, along with some of their close friends for an intimate Birthday Celebration and Tour of the Museum. This is one of the 'hidden pearls' of Tel Aviv. It is rich in History, and connects...More

1  Thank whistlingwanderer
Reviewed 9 November 2016 via mobile

Being born in Tel Aviv I should have known the artist Yoseph Bau. But I did not know him, as an artist. I knew his name and I rarely met him in our office. He was a timid person who was known just to the...More

Thank Yosi M
Reviewed 30 October 2016

We heard about the Joseph Bau Museum during a lecture in Seattle. We happened to be leaving for Israel the next week. We contacted Hadasa and Clila, daughters of Joseph Bau, the next day and arranged a visit to the museum during our trip. Hadasa...More

Thank Stacey16
Reviewed 21 October 2016

In this studio and workplace, the animator/humorist/illustrator/author's daughter provides you with a glimpse of an amazing character and his story-- unknown by most, because of his secret 'other life' as an agent in the Mossad (Israel's secret service). Highly recommended.

1  Thank Alizas11
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Response from ClilaandHadasaBau | Property representative |
Visits and tours must be booked in advance. The phone no. are: 972-54-4212730 972-54-4301499 or by mail. Thank you for your question.