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Bet Bialik Museum

22 Bialik St., Tel Aviv, Israel
+972 3-525-4530
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Important if you like your history or literature

Bialik is an incredible figure in the history of Jewish literature, both Yiddish and Hebrew, as... read more

Reviewed 18 February 2018
RamblinManBaker
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New York City, New York
Beautiful home/small very interesting museum

A tour guide is a must. Bialik is a well known poet. Try to read some of his poetry later on the... read more

Reviewed 22 January 2018
sheilagsilver
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Haifa, Israel
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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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  • Very good38%
  • Average17%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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22 Bialik St., Tel Aviv, Israel
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Reviewed 18 February 2018

Bialik is an incredible figure in the history of Jewish literature, both Yiddish and Hebrew, as well as in the history of then Palestine-now Israel. The chance to visit his house and see his study, library, dining room and parlor, and to see works of...More

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Reviewed 22 January 2018

A tour guide is a must. Bialik is a well known poet. Try to read some of his poetry later on the internet. However, he was much more than that. You get the biography of this fascinating man who was one of the giants who...More

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Reviewed 12 January 2018 via mobile

Went with my 26 years old daughter. I must come back a lone. The amount of history is fascinating. I liked it a lot. You need 3hours to take it in all.

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Reviewed 5 November 2017

Even if one doesn't Bialik and never read any of his books the visit of his house is highly recommended.Such a beautiful mansion in the heart of the original first quarters of Tel Aviv.

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Reviewed 4 September 2017

We went to this small, well kept museum by chance. We wanted to visit the Bauhaus museum across the street, which was closed. We were not disappointed to see instead the Bialik house, a very interesting architectural gem. An English guide is available at the...More

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Reviewed 20 August 2017

Beit Bialik is a lovely place on a lovely street. However, there's absolutely no translations on the plaques throughout the house. If you want to have an English explanation, you get a dog-eared, sad booklet that you have to return when you're done. I strongly...More

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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
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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
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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.

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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

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