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eddyrabbit wrote a review Dec 2018
Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Canada12 contributions3 helpful votes
This museum is permanently closed and so is not open to any visitors. Unfortunate, as it was across the street from our hotel.
Date of experience: November 2018
2 Helpful votes
10thMountain wrote a review Feb 2018
London20 contributions8 helpful votes
We had a great tour here from the guide. Some examples of traditional Palestinian dress, an incredible section of Roman aqueduct, and some items found during excavation, and some thought provoking exhibits
Date of experience: January 2018
1 Helpful vote
Astghik M wrote a review Dec 2017
10 contributions3 helpful votes
Very interesting visit and helpful staff. Must-see for history lovers. The national dresses of different regions are very vivid and nice.
Date of experience: August 2017
dispatch_rider wrote a review Jan 2017
Heather, United Kingdom25 contributions12 helpful votes
This is a modern and immaculate facility, the sort of museum you'd expect to find in New York or a big western city. You take your time and it pays off. I found a lot of interesting displays and was pleasantly surprised at how interesting the film of the area over a hundred years ago in their cinema was. Upstairs you see a Palestinian passport on display (a must see for all those who say Palestine never existed) and a number of other interesting displays. The museum's emphasis is on the local Christian community. At the end of the museum you discover a lovely restaurant, which they don't mind you treating as a cafe for a coffee too. My wife had to cold, I was with a friend, so this is a must to return to with her. Really really nice. Amusingly, as you leave they have an old tree on display beside a tear gas canister tree. This is funny and poignant, but also a nice touch as having just studied so many years of fascinating culture and history you see clearly how absurd this tear gas situation is.…
Date of experience: January 2017
M0ira33 wrote a review Nov 2016
Jerusalem, Israel38 contributions14 helpful votes
Besides being a museum they have a gallery with local christian talent on display..and a wonderful and tastefully decorated restaurant called Al Karmeh that serves local Palestinian food & hospitality!
Date of experience: November 2016