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Bethlehem of Galilee Visitors Center

Located in a dense oak forest at the edge of the Jezreel Valley, Bethlehem of Galilee was founded in 1906 by a group of Christian Templars. After the Templars emigrated from Israel at the time of the establishment of the […]

 
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Prehistoric Man Museum

Located in Kibbutz Ma’ayan, the Prehistoric Man Museum boasts the largest collection of prehistoric artifacts from the Hula Valley, displayed along three wings. Explore the first wing, containing local artifacts such as clay and glass vessels and jewelry that were […]

 
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Beit HaMeiri (Meiri House)

Beit HaMeiri museum documents 200 years of the struggles and challenges that Safed Jews faced. Founded in 1980 by Yechezkel HaMeiri, a fifth-generation native, Beit HaMeiri has several exhibits including: Safed Residents (paintings, photos and stories from the 1800 and […]

 
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Circassian Heritage Center

Located in a late 19th century traditional Circassian house, the Circassian Heritage Center allows visitors to look into the history and life of the Circassian people from the North Caucasus mountains, worldwide and those who settled Kfar Kama in the […]

 
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Tal Gallery

Founded in 2002 in memory of the young artist Tal Greenfield, the Tal Gallery displays his collection of over 80 paintings and hundreds of drawings. View art projects and artwork by local Kfar Vradim artists and many changing exhibitions of […]

 
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Beit Ha-Ekar (The Farmer’s House) Museum

Tour a restored home built in 1896 and learn about life in Metula in the far reaches of northern Israel near the Lebanon border. Far from centers of population, roads and access to transportation, discover the difficulties posed to the […]

 
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Circassian Museum

Established by Shawky Hun, the Circassian Museum was built to teach visitors about the Circassian people and their legacy. Take a guided tour of the village and heritage museum, taste traditional Circassian food, listen to folk tales, learn about their […]

 
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Treasures in the Walls: Acre Ethnographic Museum

Located inside the walls of old Akko built after Napoleon’s unsuccessful attempt at conquering the city in 1779,  is the museum of “Treasures in the Walls.” In the commander’s tower are four arched halls which held the Ottoman’s garrison at […]

 
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Beit Gordon

Built in 1935 on Kibbutz Degania, the first Kibbutz in Palestine, and named after Aaron David Gordon, an early Zionist who focused on religion and nature, the Beit Gordon museum represents examples of his work. Learn about the nature, agriculture […]

 
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El-Sibbat House of Folklore Museum

Established by Tannus Kawar, the late 19th century mayor of Nazareth, to provide insight into the way people lived in Nazareth in the 19th and early 20th centuries. The El-Sibbat House of Folklore Museum is located in a structure that […]

 
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Wilfrid Israel Museum (for Far East Art and Knowledge)

Founded in 1951 and one of the oldest museums in the country, the Wilfrid Israel Museum was named after Wilfrid Israel, a German Jew who saved thousands of Jews during the Holocaust and later bequeathed his art collection to Kibbutz […]

 
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Museum of Art, Ein Harod

Established in a wooden hut in Kibbutz Ein Harod in the 1930’s, the Museum of Art, Ein Harod was the first of it’s kind in Israel and met a need for art and culture among the kibbutz society.  The kibbutz […]

 
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Joseph Constant Sculpture Gallery

Located in the old art studio of Joseph Constant (1892-1969), the Joseph Constant Sculpture Gallery displays his sculptures of wood and other materials that are mainly of children and animals due to his love of their innocence and simplicity. Born […]

 
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Footprint In The Valley Museum — Tower and Stockade (Choma U’Migdal, Wall & Tower) Exhibit

Located on the banks of the Amal Stream in what is known today as Kibbutz Nir David, the restored Tower and Stockade Settlement is an exact copy of the first tower and stockade settlement, Tel Amal, that was built in […]

 
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Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery

[including Levi and Fortuna Eskenazi Sculpture Garden / Michel Kikoïne Foundation Gallery] [under Yolanda & David Faculty of Art, Tel-Aviv University] Founded in 1976 and directed by Prof M. Omer until his death in 2011, the Genia Schreiber Tel Aviv […]

 
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