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Eretz Israel Museum Complex (Haaretz Museum)

2 Khayim Levanon | Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv 6997501, Israel
+972 3-641-5244
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Paper beyond what you might imagine

LOVED special exhibit "On the Edge" featuring creative uses of paper. Rest of museum surprising... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Sara P
Greensburg, Pennsylvania
Stumbled upon this gem on accident

Was looking for the Palmach museum down the street but our taxi driver accidentally dropped us off... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
New York City, New York
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This museum is comprised of several exhibition pavilions where each is dedicated to a different cultural field and subject including Archaeology, Judaica, Ethnography, Material Culture and Applied Arts of the Land of Israel.
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  • Very good31%
  • Average11%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible0%
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2 Khayim Levanon | Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv 6997501, Israel
+972 3-641-5244
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Reviewed 3 days ago

LOVED special exhibit "On the Edge" featuring creative uses of paper. Rest of museum surprising for all its exhibits. Also enjoyed Rothschild exhibit

Thank Sara P
Reviewed 6 days ago

Was looking for the Palmach museum down the street but our taxi driver accidentally dropped us off here -- serendipitously as this turned out to be my favorite museum on our trip to Israel. Highlights included the Israeli paper exhibit -- beautifully curated, interesting, creative,...More

Thank vivianzyu
Reviewed 1 week ago

We went with our grandchildren. Free up the 18 years old. We saw the paper exhibition-amazing. The planetarium's movie screened on the ceiling added a unique flavor. The area is well organized with clear signs. Commanded to bring the children along.

Thank Ameriti
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Eretz Yisrael Museum in Tel Aviv offers treasures from antiquity along with moving and intriguing exhibits from modern Israel. We found the exhibits on the early development of glass making and metallurgy to be especially compelling. The wing devoted to ancient coins and the...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Eretz Israel Museum Complex has so much to offer in multidisciplinary experiences despite the outdated aged compound facilities. The various exhibits are housed in a variety of buildings often significant distances apart making it hard and unpleasant to navigate in extremely hot weather. With...More

Thank Dalecorp
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Different buildings to walk by, hard to do because of the heat (almost 40°C when we were there). Nice collection, but no guides to guide you through the exposition. We found it just ok.

Thank Paula_Cagnoni
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The featured special exhibits seem to be getting better every time we visit. The current exhibit "On the Edge" left us breathless and proved how talented Israeli artists have become world-class even with such basic materials as paper. Another special exhibit was "the cherry on...More

Thank Harold J
Reviewed 17 May 2017

This was not a museum in the usual sense of the word, but a huge park complex with many different buildings each with a different emphasis. It was fascinating, but it should be borne min mind that it needs a lot of time to see...More

Thank lesley2robert
Reviewed 11 May 2017

The Eretz Israel museum is actually at least ten different buildings on many beautiful acres. All the buildings are devoted to an aspect of Israeli history. I loved the Rothschild exhibit which illustrated how Rothschild was interest in and poured resources into the then developing...More

Thank Marge C
Reviewed 26 April 2017

We went on a Friday (which isnt a good idea). There are some interesting exhibits and other that are just boring. Each topic is in a separate building. Displays have explanations in Hebrew and English. There are some open air excavations as well. Staff is...More

Thank Lesley R
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Arleen S
22 February 2017|
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Adult 52 NIS Adult Tel Aviv Resident 42 NIS (upon presentation of ID) Student 35 NIS (upon presentation of ID) People with disabilities 26 NIS (with disability card) Child under 18 free... More
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Hi, we didn't end up staying at the Allenby2 at all- sorry, can't answer your question.