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Jerusalem Venues

Museums in Jerusalem

  • Ammunition Hill


    The Ammunition Hill Museum is located between Ramat Eshkol neighborhood and the French Hill in Jerusalem, and it is a museum and a memorial site telling the story of the Six Day War, specifically the story of the battle that occurred on the very same hill on which the museum is placed. 
     
  • On the Seam Museum


    On the Seam Museum presents changing exhibitions of modern contemporary art; whereas, the main themes are usually controversial social issues in national contexts, revolving around social classes, ethnicity and religion in Israel and abroad.
     
  • The Bloomfield Science Museum


    The Bloomfiels Science Musem in Jerusalem is the only interactive museum in Israel focusing on and presenting exhibitions about science and technology. 
     
  • The Israel Museum


    The Israel Museum is the flagship museum of the country and its name speaks for itself. The museum curates one of the most comprehensive and beautiful collections of the historical and archeological treasures in the world.
     
  • The Jerusalem Artists House


    In the 1960's the Jerusalem Artists House became the official home of the Painters and Sculptors Association of Jerusalem, which turned the place into a successful gallery presenting contemporary Israeli art.
  • The Museum of Islamic Art


    The Museum for Islamic Art is the only one of its kind in Israel, and is widely recognized around the Globe for its variety of renewing and permanent exhibitions. Today, it is counted among the finest museums of Islamic art and culture worldwide.
     
  • The Time Elevator Terminal


    The Time Elevator Terminal in Jerusalem will take you on an amusing an interactive journey back in time through the pages of history. The viewers' seats move in six different directions, enabling the audience to dive together into Jerusalem's past.
     
  • Yad Vashem


    Yad Vashem, The World Center for Holocaust Research, Education, Documentation and Commemoration, was established in 1953, and according to the law of the State of Israel it is the national museum and world center dedicated to the memory of the victims of the Holocaust.