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Harry Oppenheimer Diamond Museum

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Take the free tour

I took the free tour with pick up from the hotel. The tour guide was Elizabeth who was great, we... read more

Reviewed July 3, 2016
Melbourne, Australia
Viewed the Diamond with the embedded Star of David within

This is worth visiting while in Israel...You will learn about diamond mining and production; and... read more

Reviewed August 24, 2017
Allen C
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Sep 12, 2017
“Not what we expected”
Aug 24, 2017
“Viewed the Diamond with the embedded Star of David within”
Tour of the Diamond Museum The newly redesign Diamond Museum is located on the ground floor of the Israel Diamond Exchange complex, and is operated by Diamond Mines LTD. This tour fallows the screening of "Out of the ground to the heart of man" a...more
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Rehov Zisman 3, Ramat Gan, Israel
+972 3-575-1547
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Reviewed September 12, 2017 via mobile

We were expecting a comprehensive tour of Tel Aviv. The audio was probably 15 minutes in total with about 45 minutes of driving around. They could have easily added more to the audio/tour part, even historic facts. There was a 2010 reference in the audio....More

2  Thank Jammer05
Reviewed August 24, 2017

This is worth visiting while in Israel...You will learn about diamond mining and production; and Israel's leadership in the industry. Furthermore, you will get to view one of the rarest diamond finds of all time.

Thank Allen C
Reviewed June 23, 2017 via mobile

It is just o.k .not impressed. Have no need to go back . Will not recommend. It is interesting to a point . The tour guide was good and knowable.

3  Thank markelholdings
Reviewed April 19, 2017

Had great information and lots of things to check out., It was mostly small but they kinda rush you through it to get to the sales floor.

1  Thank EvaLady
Reviewed February 20, 2017

It was admittedly a sales pitch -- the tour was a quick walk around Old Jaffa and the "tour guide" pointing out some notable landmarks as we blew by in the bus -- couldn't really see much. We got to the museum with 15 minutes...More

1  Thank gkatona3
Reviewed January 19, 2017

This was allegedly a three hour tour of Tel Aviv and the diamond center. The "tour" took 45 minutes as we zipped around a few places in Tel Aviv/Jaffa and then on to the diamond center for a 15 minute description of the diamond industry...More

2  Thank BEESKY
Reviewed January 1, 2017 via mobile

Great museum combining history, passion and luxury. We were amazed by the quality of the diamonds, you cannot imagine that they are not the originals. The toilets were clean. Even if I only stay one day in Tel Aviv, this is a must!!! Wonderful city...More

Thank jr B
Reviewed July 3, 2016

I took the free tour with pick up from the hotel. The tour guide was Elizabeth who was great, we walked around Old Jaffa for over an hour with her telling us the history of Jaffa, Tel Aviv and Israel. Then the bus took us...More

3  Thank Paul_n_Cris
Reviewed March 15, 2016

Very informative exposition, diamond production process and history, nice stones (mostly replicas as you can imagine). Morning visit is recommended to avoid line.

1  Thank Boris B
Reviewed December 7, 2015

The Diamond Museum was interesting and informative .Our guide was fantatstic . The Jewelry store was delightful and Custom made Jewelry is very reasonable.

1  Thank Tracey R
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