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Ghetto Fighters Museum (Lohamei HaGetaot Museum)

D.N. Western Galilee, Nahariya 25220, Israel
+972 4-995-8080
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An Interesting Insight Into The Holocost

This museum is worth a visit. It gives you insight into the European Jews plight during Nazi... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Holocaust educational center

Located in the north of the country, this museum has had a face lift and now includes multi-media... read more

Reviewed May 10, 2017
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2 weeks ago
“An Interesting Insight Into The Holocost”
May 10, 2017
“Holocaust educational center”
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
D.N. Western Galilee, Nahariya 25220, Israel
+972 4-995-8080
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This museum is worth a visit. It gives you insight into the European Jews plight during Nazi Occupation. It memorializes those that persecuted as well as those that helped them resist. It is a very dark side of World History, but MUST NOT be forgotten.

Thank DCody
Reviewed May 10, 2017

Located in the north of the country, this museum has had a face lift and now includes multi-media in the exhibits which are subject themed and not a general overview of the Holocaust. The Yad l'Yeled section is especially good for children (think from age...More

Thank VisitIsrael
Reviewed May 8, 2017

I was very impressed by this museum -- the manner and order of the presentations and of the information was outstanding. Oral history videos added to the experience. The children's museum was exceptional in presenting a child's experience of the holocaust and emphasizing the traits...More

Thank Adiva S
Reviewed May 5, 2017

This was my first visit. Very well presented and very moving. Audio machines available in all languages.

Thank Harriet590
Reviewed April 17, 2017

It is unfortunate that this well-meaning, moving museum has such tough competition. For an overall view of the War against the Jews Yad Vashem and the Washington D.C. Holocaust museums are far better. Much of the permanent exhibition here was closed, and even the theme...More

1  Thank niloc36
Reviewed February 22, 2017 via mobile

I first visited this Kibbutz in 1980. It is a very moving and emotional experience. Many tourists go to Yad Vashem in Jerusalem to learn about the Holocaust. But in recent years Yad Vashem has become extremely crowded and overwhelming. I believe this takes away...More

2  Thank helenemw53
Reviewed November 21, 2016

I visited this museum with an older group from London and we were all well aware of the Holocaust and the terrible plight of our Jewish people. However, this museum showed a different perspective, and the exhibits were housed in glass cases, and each and...More

1  Thank Sally G
Reviewed November 14, 2016

Take with you tissues and a very close buddy to cry with. It is moving and ranging but necessary to see. We do not understand the Israelis without realising that part of their background. Even as an Israeli, I needed to know about the Holocaust...More

Thank orithc
Reviewed October 12, 2016

I visited the Holocaust museum with high school teens. The items on display in the different showrooms tell heart breaking stories of loss and survival, of strength of mind and body ... All is displayed in interesting way, to catch the eye of the visitor...More

1  Thank Liz B
Reviewed September 1, 2016

The museum presents the story of the the Jewish ghetto fighters during WWII in the valiant struggle againt the Nazi occupation in the different Jewishly populated cities of Eastern Europe. The exhibition is modern and uses digital technology to present the story of the ghetto...More

3  Thank Yaacov K
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Blashkas of Elizabeth
Are there public lockers at the b earby trin station?
November 6, 2016|
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Response from Edith G | Reviewed this property |
I doubt it. Lockers are not readily available in Israel because of security concerns. At best, luggage and belongings can be stored briefly at a hotel or hostel where you have stayed.
Reuven E
What days and hours is it open to the public, this coming week?
February 17, 2015|
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Response from Yaacov K | Reviewed this property |
Sunday to Thursday open 09:00 - 16:00 Closed other days.