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Eretz Israel Museum Complex (Haaretz Museum)
Ranked #28 of 282 things to do in Tel Aviv
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Owner description: This museum is comprised of several exhibition pavilions where each is dedicated to a different cultural field and subject including Archaeology, Judaica, Ethnography, Material Culture and Applied Arts of the Land of Israel.
Reviewed January 21, 2014

there are some nice exhibitions in this museum. Kal Mehomer is about paper art and it is facinating. another interesting exhibition is about the srart of aviation in Israel

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Reviewed January 21, 2014

This museum has a little of everything. There is a small archaeological dig, a great exhibit (world of work) explaining how pre-industrial revolution people in the Middle East lived (e.g. weaving, fishing, farming implements with photos of people using them and explanations linking them to contemporary tools), the history of aviation in Israel, a building devoted to glass, another for pottery, etc. You can pick and choose as your time and interests allow.
Well done, and no one part of it is so huge as to be over-whelming.

Thank Ready2Go2008
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Reviewed January 20, 2014

...makes this museum worth a visit. It's not full of artefacts, more photographic-based but that has just as much impact, if not more. The story of this particular Rothschild's involvement with the creation of settlements is very interesting.

Tel Qabile archaeological site is embedded within the museum grounds and I did wonder, just for a minute or so, whether it had been 'created' for the visitor. I'm sure it's genuine and that really adds to the visit; try reading James Michener's The Source before you go...

Thank plymouth
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Reviewed January 20, 2014

I have never been to a place like this. A museum that surrounds an archaeological site is just a wonderful thing for me. I love my history and I learned so much about Jewish, Israeli history whether it be ancient or modern . I didn't grudge the entry fee as I could have easily spent the whole day from opening time to closing looking at everything. I just loved the fact that I could see the place where exhibits on the shelves came from. Such a great opportunity for learning for all ages and abilities. It was nice to see classes of local school children being taken on a day trip there too! Take plenty water/fluids with you as there can be a lot of walking involved.

1  Thank wendy m
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Reviewed January 8, 2014

Only been once before and that was many years ago. Lots to see with excellent cafe for lunch. The exhibits were outstanding, especially the glass room.

1  Thank Irving G
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