The Omer Open Museum is one of three Open Museums in Israel, all located in Industrial Parks. All three of the Museums are also located on the periphery, in the Negev or Galilee. The reason for this is that the founder of the industrial parks and open museums, Stef Wertheimer, believed strongly that an equilibrium between the center of the country and the periphery must be maintained. The Open Museum in Omer consists of two halls for changing exhibitions of Israeli fine art, as well as a developing sculpture garden on the park's grounds. The sculpture garden contains works from the Museum collection, such as those of Ilan Averbuch, Shelomo Selinger, Ofra Zimbalista and Assaf Lipschitz.
Open Hours: Sun-Thu 9:00-16:00, Sat 10:00-17:00
Categories : Museums