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Bet Bialik Museum

22 Bialik St., Tel Aviv, Israel
+972 3-525-4530
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A wonderful guided tour of Bialik's home

We were welcomed by a guide, who pointed out many things that we certainly would have missed, and... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2017
Jerusalem, Israel
Small museum dedicated to national poet

If you are visiting the Ruben Museum don't skip the Bialik Museum next door. It was the home of a... read more

Reviewed 26 October 2016
Sheri R
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This restored home and library of Chaim Nachman Bialik (1873-1934), Israel’s national poet, contains 94 books he wrote with translations in 28 languages.
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22 Bialik St., Tel Aviv, Israel
+972 3-525-4530
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Reviewed 11 June 2017

We were welcomed by a guide, who pointed out many things that we certainly would have missed, and also filled us in on fascinating details of Bialik's life.

Thank AvrahamJer
Reviewed 26 October 2016

If you are visiting the Ruben Museum don't skip the Bialik Museum next door. It was the home of a national poet, Bialik, for whom the street and museum is named. Gives you a good idea of how one with funds lived at the time...More

Thank Sheri R
Reviewed 2 August 2016

It's interesting to see where one of Israel's great writers lived and worked. The mosaics on the columns on the first floor are very impressive. See this together with Beit Ha'ir (the former City Hall) across the plaza.

Thank mrsirin
Reviewed 8 July 2016

When you walk to Bet Bialik, you walk down a street filled with original bauhaus and earlier flats from the very first days of the city of Tel Aviv. It's like walking back in time, and well worth the visit alone. There were two museums...More

2  Thank rootsandstuff
Reviewed 1 April 2016

The building of the Bialik Museum is worth seeing just for its tile floors. There is an interesting collection of period artifacts and , of course, books of poems and stories written by Bialik.

1  Thank Nhiker
Reviewed 20 February 2016 via mobile

Lovely restored home of Chaim N Bialik, national poet. They have an English language guide for guests to carry around the museum as most of the signage is in Hebrew. Charge is only 10 NIS for seniors. Located on a beautiful street. Head to Bialik...More

Thank Susie B
Reviewed 15 December 2015

Though it costs a small fee, its worth visiting it, especially if you a literature fan. The house is fully renovated.

1  Thank Andrey R
Reviewed 10 December 2015 via mobile

We visited this beautiful house, which we loved. However the story of Bialik's life and what he did for Israel is even more beautiful. His story was happy, sad, magical and inspiring! This house is much more than a house! We loved it!

Thank Ali24
Reviewed 1 October 2015

Beautiful building, beautiful old furnishings on a beautiful street. A half hour is enough to see everything in Bialik's house. Discount for seniors

Thank Judy L
Reviewed 18 September 2015

You'll find a wonderful designed exhibition about Chaim Nahman Bialik, his fascinating life and his literature. Also the interior decoration and the architecture of Beit Bialik is impressive. And it is situated in one of the most amazing neighborhoods in Tel Aviv. You'll get an...More

1  Thank Andreas E
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