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We had a 24 hr layover in Tel Aviv and no idea what to do. The art museum is closed on Sunday. Our hotel concierge very enthusiastically recommended this museum, so off we went with no idea what it was about. One annoying note was...More
When I told Tel Aviv friends that I had reserved a place, they said “Tedious.” I went anyway. They were correct—but I would add that the video that (sort of) tells a story of the Palmach
is overwrought and schmaltzy—two members announce their engagement on...More
One of the treats of Israel is their creativity and quality of how they create a memorable experience such as a museum. Rather then just static and boring displays, this place had it more experiential and it was great as a result.
Very interactive, delineates the history of the Palmach. It personalizes the experience by connecting the participant with a group of young Palmach fighters and following them through their military experience in the War of Independence. Highly recommended
Our first time at the Palmach museum. Definitely worth a visit- you move from room to room and really experience what it was like to be part of the Palmach during Israel's formative years. Excellent guide. Highly recommend- need reservations for English tour.
The museum uses audio, photos and movies to give you the history of the Israeli defense forces before the State of Israel was formalized. All visits are in groups for the visit which takes about 90 minutes. Audio guides are used for English and other...More
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Go into the Palmach Museum website and find the email address for reservations. Write to them the date and approximate time you are interested in a tour. They will let you know when there are available slots. You pay when... More
Go into the Palmach Museum website and find the email address for reservations. Write to them the date and approximate time you are interested in a tour. They will let you know when there are available slots. You pay when you arrive. You need to tell them language and number of people in your party when making the initial inquiry.