The Eretz Israel Museum is multidisciplinary museum in the Ramat Aviv neighborhood of Tel aviv. The Museum opened in 1953 and is made up of numerous pavilions that surround an excavation site that is still being worked on in the heart of the museum grounds. Each pavilion is dedicated to a different subject and come together to provide an extensive study of the history and culture of the land of Israel.
There are permanent and temporary exhibitions in fields such as archaeology, Judaica, cultural history, traditional crafts and local identity. There are also reconstructed instillations that work such as wine presses, oil presses and a flour mill, allowing visitors to experience times gone by in the land. There is also a state-of-the-art planetarium on site with twice-daily shows. The Eretz Israel Museum shop has unique Israeli-made products for sale.