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Beit Aaronsohn - N.I.L.I. Museum

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Beit Aaronsohn - N.I.L.I. Museum

68 Reviews
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40 Hameyasdim St, Zichron Yaakov 30900 Israel
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Scavengerhunt app, with riddles, take funny pictures, activity to be remembered!
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Scavengerhunt app, with riddles, take funny pictures, activity to be remembered!

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The activity will make your group or family bonding together. Getting to know Zikhron's great history while solving riddles together and help each other performing different tasks and missions.<br><br>The pictures tasks will leave you a great memory of this special day!
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CanadaTravelbug wrote a review Mar 2020
Toronto, Canada108 contributions99 helpful votes
We hired a private guide for this lovely museum and boy were we disappointed. He barely said 2 words unless we asked a question. He seemed totally uninterested in what he was showing. And when we called the head of the museum to voice our disappointment, she also was completely uncaring, and said only "I'll take it into consideration." Really? Thats your idea of customer service? The museum itself is so terrific but this "guide" completely ruined it for us. So many details missing, no enthusiasm, no story.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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320erikam wrote a review Jan 2020
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The Aaronson family took a major part in the Jewish history. The visit gives a very good idea about their part in the history . The museum is well preserved
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Rick G wrote a review Nov 2019
Skokie, Illinois14 contributions4 helpful votes
This is an explanatory movie and tour of the home and grounds of a Jewish family that spied on the Turks for the British in the first part of the 20th century. I'm so glad I got to see it and you will be too!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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esther s wrote a review Nov 2019
5 contributions1 helpful vote
This museum is a well preserved home of the nili fighters. The exhibits and short film were very informing and interestin. Unfortunately the place has too many stairs making it difficult for elderly and disabled to get the entire feel for the place. Also seats in film area are old and not comfortable. I guess you get what you pay for. Would not recommend for people with walking difficulties. The place is beautiful and garden well kept.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Peg S wrote a review Nov 2019
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Visited the day the last Aaronsohn sister was being buried in the 1980's. The line was long, but moved fast. My husband was behind me on the line, I was talking to him, when he didn't answer I turned around, and Prime Minister Menachem Begin was behind me with 2 bodyguards! He was very pleasant, said hello, and we proceed ahead moving through the house, to where her body was. The museum was very informative, and it was worth the trip there. It was in the Summer time.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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