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Comprising nearly 50,000 square meters and a six-acre sculpture garden, this complex features an impressive variety of collections from prehistoric archaeology to contemporary art.The children's wing is the most interactive section of this sprawling...more
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No matter who you are and what your interests are, there is something to see in this museum. There are many permanent exhibits depending on your taste and interests. There are also many temporary exhibits that are worth seeing. You really have to check with...More
We loved the Sculpture garden, external architecture, scale model of the old City, and the incredible layout and breadth of art within. With numerous donations at every turn, the layout and brilliance in showing works to their best advantage was brilliant.
I try to visit the museum every few months, the visit is always living me a taste for more , the variety of different exposition, living a remarkable effects, on the visitors, there are expositions for children and for adolescent, exposition from all over the...More
It’s true. Start your visit to Jerusalem at this museum - especially the outdoor, sweeping model of the city during the period of the Second Temple. Due to holiday closures and scheduling conflicts, we finally made it on the last day of our visit. This...More
We were so impressed with an outstanding scale model of the City of David at the time of King Solomon. It is a MUST see to more fully understand the early Jerusalem in relationships to the Temple Mount. Awesome!!!