This is a very interesting and important museum about the slain Israeli prime minister – Yitzhak Rabin.
The numerous exhibits display different stages in Rabin's life, which are entwined with the State of Israel (even back to the days before the establishment of the state in 1948).
While this IS a good museum, I somehow got the feeling it over-glorifies Rabin and rather ignores his personal and political faults.
This is understandable, however, one ought to get himself educated and get the entire story of Rabin's life – including the "less-than-glorious" parts.
The audio tour will take about 2-3 hours.
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