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Weizmann House

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Very interesting historic site

The house is located within the beautiful park of the Weizman Institute of Science. It is left the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Rehovot, Israel

Like going back in time. Gives a good insight to the person, the family and the historic period... read more

Reviewed October 2, 2018
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234 Herzl St, Rehovot, Israel
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The house is located within the beautiful park of the Weizman Institute of Science. It is left the way it was when Weizmann was living there. On some occasions like the "Rehovot white night" it is open to public with special guided tours. Each room...More

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Reviewed October 2, 2018 via mobile

Like going back in time. Gives a good insight to the person, the family and the historic period. If you are in Rehovot than visit. I wouldnt come just for this.

Thank yukil400
Reviewed September 28, 2018

Interesting shrine/museum to the first president of Israel. It is well worth the visit and it will take at most 30 minutes to see.

Thank ralves00001
Reviewed August 27, 2018

I love to try and take pictures of popular sites and went for a walk to view the Weizmann home which is located in the Weizmann Institute. It was very challenging to try and find out how to shoot the location from an original angle....More

Thank stanbroch
Reviewed June 28, 2018 via mobile

This museum is the house of Israel first President and s man who played a key role in the Zionist movement and the efforts made to become independent The hiu6is beautifully preserved down to the last detail and our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly

Thank Joshua Y
Reviewed May 1, 2018 via mobile

Very interesting to hear about his life. Not for young kids and strollers. A tour guide is needed. Not much shade on the way.

Thank tamar O
Reviewed December 21, 2017

This beautiful Bauhaus villa is a must visit for anyone interested in history, architecture, design and science. It is meticulously preserved and renovated, with all the original interiors, art works and even official car. The surrounding garden is a little paradise with lovely landscaping, and...More

Thank morr394
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
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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.