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Joseph Bau House

9 Berdichevski, Tel Aviv 6425808, Israel
+972 54-421-2730
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Any person can find something meaningful to take away from a visit to the Joseph Bau House. If you... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
amandabm18
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Tel Aviv, Israel
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This is a fascinating museum. We arranged the visit in advance and heard a wonderful lecture about... read more

Reviewed 5 October 2017
susanJerusalem
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jerusalem
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"Joseph Bau House" is an authentic artist workshop that conveys to the visitor the amazing life story of Joseph Bau reflected in the wide range of his creativity, which includes movies, animation, paintings, graphics, literature and research of the Hebrew language - all spiced with special humor stemming from his optimistic view of life. Rebecca and Joseph Bau are the original couple whose wedding is shown in the movie "Schindler's List". Visits may be made only by appointment. Please call.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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9 Berdichevski, Tel Aviv 6425808, Israel
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+972 54-421-2730
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Any person can find something meaningful to take away from a visit to the Joseph Bau House. If you have a love for history, art, film, literature, poetry, music, humor, language, romance, philosophy, Zionism, Israeli culture or human optimism, this is a mandatory experience for...More

Thank amandabm18
Reviewed 5 October 2017 via mobile

This is a fascinating museum. We arranged the visit in advance and heard a wonderful lecture about Joseph Bau's life by his daughter. We highly recommend this unique experience.

Thank susanJerusalem
Reviewed 3 October 2017

This is a tiny specialty museum that was absolutely fascinating. Our "tour" was given by Hadassah, one of Joseph Bau's daughters, who does a wonderful job of telling her father's story from his experiences during the holocaust (part of which was included in Schindler's List),...More

Thank sarahtg
Reviewed 1 September 2017

Definitely worth a visit. Very warmly hosted by the artist's daughters. A small and well preserved window into the time of the origin of the state of Israel through the eyes of a graphic artist.

Thank dadahs2017
Reviewed 29 August 2017

A must stop for everyone who comes to Israel. A visit to The Joseph Bau Museum. a non-descript three room flat in a residential Tel Aviv neighborhood, is a journey into a slice of history that touches the worlds of art, poetry, psychology, literature, photography,...More

1  Thank Robmystr
Reviewed 27 August 2017

A unique tiny museum commemorating one of the survivors from Schindler's List, Joseph Bau. This by appointment tiny apartment preserves Bau's graphics studio . A reality step into the revival of this family after the holocaust. An eye opening visit.

Thank kemp63
Reviewed 11 July 2017

the enthusiastic guides who tell the story of their father as an illustrator in the holocaust and in the early days of the city, provide basic and fascinating information.

1  Thank Bulbe
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Tiny museum in central Tel Aviv tells the history of a remarkable and talented graphic artist who played many roles in Israel's early history. Story all the more interesting because it is narrated by one of Bau's daughters. A great place to visit for those...More

Thank Lisa1359
Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

What an amazing little place! The Bau Sisters are so nice and funny! Their story about their parents and all the art and jokes about their father Joseph Bau! A great experience !! Totally worth the visit!

Thank Hayya N
Reviewed 30 March 2017

The biography of a man who survived the German inferno and destruction, where he intended the life of the love of the land and the people, the discovery of the Hebrew language, both humorously and skillfully. After immigrating to Israel with his wife, he played...More

Thank Jacob S
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DonLuis92
17 June 2016|
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Response from ClilaandHadasaBau | Property representative |
Visits and tours must be booked in advance. The phone no. are: 972-54-4212730 972-54-4301499 or by mail. Thank you for your question.
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