The Hagana was the major Jewish underground army before the State of Israel, and this museum portrays it's history in an interesting and thorough way.
There are three floors of exhibits, each floor detailing different eras for important events and for the development of this underground army. The exhibits are interesting, informative and are explained in both Hebrew and English. There is a good mix between static and video exhibits, all complimentary and helpful. The extremely difficult circumstances the Hagana faced and overcame is very inspiring, and brought to life here.
Overall, a must-see museum and a good value for the modest admission fee. Budget about 2 hours of time. It's on the same street and within a block of Independence Hall and the Bible Museum, so I would plan to do all three museums on the same day.
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