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Har HaZikaron (Near Mt. Herzl)
Largest Holocaust museum in the world, dedicated to safegaurding the past.
6 S.A Nachon Street
The museum hosts an experiential, multimedia exhibit telling the history of the Sate of Israel through the life of Menachem Begin
Museum on the Seam
4 Heil HaHandasa Street
Displays contemporary art dealing with socio-political reality of Israel.
Cable Car Museum
15 Derekh Hevron
Small building opposite the Old City Walls operated during the War of Independence
Bayit VeGan, Herzl Street. At the main entrance to Mt. Herzl.
A unique educational center, offering hands-on encounters with the Zionist Movement.
HaRav Cook House
City Center, 9 Harav Kook St.
The house in which Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook lived from 1923-1935. The house is fully restored.
German Colony, 6 Mohilever Street
For 45 years, dedicated to the wild life and plant life history of Israel.
Museum of Islamic Art
Katamon, 2 Palmach Street
The L.A. Mayer Museum for Islamic Art houses one of the world’s foremost collections of Islamic art.
Bible Lands Museum
Kiryat HaLe'um, 25 Avraham Granot Street
Visitors can explore the treasures and lives of Biblical times, opened its doors in 1992.
Kiryat HaLe'um, 11 Rupin Street
Israel's leading cultural institutions, containing collections of pre-historic archaeology to contemporary art.