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HaRav Cook House

The house in which Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook lived from 1923-1935. The house is fully restored while maintaining its character as it was during the life of the great rabbi. There is a synagogue, a ritual bath, residential space and a documentation center in the museum. One of Israel's great historical figures, Rabbi Abraham Issac Kook (1865-1935), is also known for building bridges between religious and secular leaders, with a vision that all Jews in Israel had something to offer.

 

SUN-THU: 09:00-16:00, FRI: 09:00-12:00

City Center
9 Harav Kook St.
Phone: 02-6232560
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