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Eretz Israel Museum Complex (Haaretz Museum)

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2 Khayim Levanon Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv 6997501 Israel
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saul g wrote a review Sep 2020
Tel Aviv, Israel980 contributions332 helpful votes
Strategically located on the Archeological site of Tel Kasilla , this important museum complex holds a few nicely designed buildings in a beautifully landscaped area , over the Yarkon river , only a few minutes bus ride from Tel Aviv center . We came mainly for the Israeli "Craft and Design Biannale 2020" which was very interesting . Highly recommended to book a guided short tour (included in the entry fees , Seniors pay 50%) with Hilla , our attentive and friendly guide . Unfortunately , due to Covid19 (corona virus) some of the ongoing regular exhibits buildings were closed , but whatever was opened , enabled us to to enjoy our visit in a relaxed atmosphere .
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Date of experience: August 2020
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IndigoGrrl wrote a review Aug 2020
Ness Ziona, Israel3,026 contributions130 helpful votes
We came primarily for the Tel Aviv Crafts and Design Biennale, but the whole museum was lovely. We really appreciated the way the curators integrated many of the contemporary exhibits from the Biennale with relevant portions of the permanent exhibit, which focuses on the Land of Israel. The Biennale itself was fun, with a wide variety of innovative ideas on display. The campus is spacious and nicely landscaped, with exhobit buildings scatered thoughout for a fun indoor-outdoor experience. We visited in the evening so the temperature was pleasant. An added plus: The museum very strictly complies with Ministry of Health regulations around the covid pandemic. They make sure the exhibit halls are not overcrowded, they limit the number of tickets sold, they have alco-gel dispensers stationed throughout the campus. All the necessary logistics were executed intelligently and pleasantly. Two huge thumbs up!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Yoramshap wrote a review Aug 2020
Netanya, Israel469 contributions187 helpful votes
This is a wonderful place to visit and get an idea of ancient arts and crafts in Israel. The current biennale of contemporary crafts is recommended. Enjoy.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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genibre69 wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom3,087 contributions324 helpful votes
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Huge, overpriced disappointment. This place should cost no more than 25 shekels, if that. Whilst the limited mosaics on site are lovely, one is covered by a gauze so you can’t even really see it. The various exhibit halls were pretty much all limited in value and interest. The archeological site was apparently closed which the woman at the till didn’t bother to tell us. The only valuable aspect was the international photo exhibition. Spent considerable time there.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Paddo Life wrote a review Jan 2020
Sydney, Australia56 contributions54 helpful votes
It was a rainy day but we still enjoyed 3 hours here exploring the museum. You can book the planetarium shows in English by reserving in advance but we ended up seeing 'The Stars' in Hebrew (despite not knowing the language) and it was still a must see. Our favourite parts of the museum where the archaeological finds in the grounds including the flour mill and olive oil press.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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