High in the hills overlooking be'er Sheva is a small cultural center depicting Bedouin life.
They have some interesting dioramas and several beautiful costumes. There is also a
replication of caves in the area that were used as hiding places in times of war, and as burial chambers.
You can climb 60 steps up to the observation tower, which has a good view on a clear day.
Hot tea is offered and included in the price, but beware, as it is very sweet!
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