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Israel’s largest metropolitan area features museums and galleries galore, colorful and bustling street fairs and markets, important sites from modern Israeli history and amazing culinary and leisure centers.
Sounds boring, but Institute was used by the Haganah so the British wouldn’t suspect that there was a secret munitions factory right under their noses.
The residence of our First President is a beautiful estate on the grounds of the famed Weizmannn Institute.
Where Meir Dezingoff lived as mayor and where Ben Gurion signed the Declaration of Independence.
Quaint shops, interesting history and archaeology, and a great view of Tel Aviv & the Mediterranean.
In Old Jaffa, this is a site with unusual sights, sounds and tastes.
The elite force of the Haganah took part in most important struggles in the War of Independence. Here you will see a most impressive audio visual presentation of Modern Israel’s founding and fighting.
Archaeology, ancient coins, the Rothschilds, roving exhibits and a planetarium- there is never enough time to see it all.
In the middle of Tel Aviv University’s lovely campus is a museum about 2,000 years of exile, and return. Great synagogue models are a favorite of mine
At the constantly expanding Holon Children’s Museum is an experience for people 9 years old and up that allows you to experience total darkness for an hour. Invitation to Silence is next door.
One of the old & quaint neighborhoods of Tel Aviv, adjacent to the Old Train Station upscale shopping and dining area.
The IDF’s Museum, with an amazing collection of vehicles, weapons and stories about Israel’s struggle to exist.