This museum is often forgotten but holds wonderful collections of ancient glass and ancient ceramics along with a marvelous collection of ancient coins which bring history to life along with a pavillion devoted to beautiful silver ritual pieces along with other items from around the Jewish world. In addition there are archeological items and an informative area in which one can see how ancient Hebrews lived and worked. There's a planetarium on the grounds and often changing exhibitions of photography or contemporary jewellery or ceramics or glass.It is sort of a Pandora's box of surprising delights so it's worth the visit but be sure to check the schedule as the hours are somewhat limited. The museum shop is considered by many to be the best in Israel and has a great selection of items for sale. There's also a nice cafe on the grounds with a pleasant balcony on which to have a break.