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Weizmann House

234 Herzl St, Rehovot, Israel
+972 8-934-3230
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A wonderful look at the simple but elegant life style of Israel's first president.

This excellently preserved home of Israel's first presidential couple is well worth visiting... read more

Reviewed March 31, 2017
Rehovot, Israel

high technology ı have ever saw. when you visit and listen them you desperately want to be one of... read more

Reviewed February 14, 2017
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234 Herzl St, Rehovot, Israel
+972 8-934-3230
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Reviewed March 31, 2017

This excellently preserved home of Israel's first presidential couple is well worth visiting. While there, visit also the two simple grave sites of President Weizmann and his wife Vera. The simplicity and elegance of the couple's life style is impressive. While there, don't forget to...More

Thank 799Tully
Reviewed February 14, 2017

high technology ı have ever saw. when you visit and listen them you desperately want to be one of them.

Thank bertabanana
Reviewed February 14, 2017

If you came around to Rehovot don't forget to visit the Weizmann Institute and inside you'll find the Weizmann house where you can find the president car, the restoration of the rooms, the building itself with the pool and the design of the stairs, etc....More

Thank Yuval G
Reviewed February 13, 2017

Weizmann house is a beautiful architectural site, and the location is a very important site of Israeli history. Must see when you come to Rehovot.

Thank shilovarda
Reviewed February 13, 2017

The beautiful site is temporarily closed to the public due to renovations. Check the website for re-opening date. There are other very interesting sites on the Weizmann Institute campus in Rehovot

Thank Yigal B
Reviewed October 18, 2016 via mobile

The place is restored exactly as it was originally including the president's car. It is highly recommended for a visit, a significant history of Israel.

Thank amit12345654321
Reviewed October 17, 2016

Weizmann house is intertesting both from architectural point of view as also from history of State of Israel. The house was built by famous architect Erick Mendelson in the 30 of the 20-century. In this house were living first President of Israel Haim Weizmann and...More

Thank bmbach
Reviewed August 26, 2016

Interesting history of science as well as Weizmann the president. Important for everyone to learn about this person

Thank KligerSpatz
Reviewed August 24, 2016

The house of president Weizmann and his wife Vera. The house is very special and looks like in old and true days. The garden is very unique. The house looks from the outside like a ship. and the old car are still there. One of...More

Thank trip201695
Reviewed August 10, 2016

the house is simple but lovely and the inside is very intresting the house is scaterd by grass and gardens and there is a beautiful car standing in front

Thank Nadav M
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renato v
January 2, 2015|
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Response from SilverJon | Reviewed this property |
As the other 2 people have noted. The Weizmann House is now a museum. It shows the house that was built for Chaim Weizmann in 1937 and the contents, displayed exactly as they were when Chaim and his wife lived there.