We recently took two athletic grandchildren to The Olympic Experience in Tel Aviv. In general, it was a high-tech, sophisticated, even moving (when dealing with the massacre of the 11 Israeli athletes in the Munich Olympics of 1972) exhibit. But our 14-year-old was too old for the first third of the show, as much younger children were clowning around and not overly interested, and the last audio-visual part had seating with very obstructed views. We couldn't see the screens, and that was annoying. (The middle section, with a 360-degree panorama, was excellent, spotlighting many Olympic highlights that were not necessarily related to Israel.) The entire show takes less than an hour and it's not really an activity for the whole day, or even the whole afternoon. (It helped that we went out for dinner afterward!) The entry fee was expensive enough that the exhibit could have been more elaborate. On the bright side, there was plenty of free parking, unusual in Tel Aviv. All in all, I recommend it, but don't expect too much--that way you won't be disappointed.