Took a taxi here after a morning around Dizengoff Square to this museum. Our taxi driver had no idea where this museum was, so luckily we had a map to show him. The museum was much larger than we expected and very informative for us as non Jews. It doesn't cover the Holocaust in depth if that is what you are looking for. The signage is in English and Hebrew and we also opted for audio guides which help if you tire of reading. The museum personnel very kindly called a taxi for us to return to our hotel. This museum is outside the city center, but well worth the trip.
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