L.A. Mayer Memorial Museum of Islamic Art

The L.A. Mayer Museum of Islamic Art is one of the leading collections of Islamic art and antique watches and clocks. It was founded by the late Mrs. Vera Bryce Salomons who viewed the giving of expression to Israel‘s Muslim neighbors as something of great importance. The Museum is a tangible attempt to bridge the gap between cultures and has been since it’s opening in 1974.

The watches and clock collection is made up of over 180 watches and clocks that belonged to Sir David Salomon. Ground-breaking Breguet clocks are among those displayed in this magnificent collection.

The permanent collections at the museum represent the various periods of Islamic rule between the seventh and nineteenth centuries with different styles from different dynasties on display.

How to get there: By car, from the city’s entrance go straight and count eight traffic lights, pass Sacker Park and Valley of Rehavia on your right, at ninth traffic light turn left onto HaPalmach Street, continue straight until the end and the museum is at the end of the street on your left. Bus 13 from Central Bus Station or 9, 19,22,31,32 stop on nearby Aza Road.

Cost: Adult 40 NIS, Police, Student, Soldier 30 NIS, Children, Senior 20 NIS





phone: 02-566-1291

Open Hours: Sun, Mon, Wed 10:00-15:00, Tue & Thu 10:00-19:00, Fri and Holiday Eves 10:00-14:00, Saturdays & Holidays 10:00-16:00

Categories : Attractions , Museums

Charlotte Noris

Hello reader. My name is Charlotte Noris and I am sure that you will definitely enjoy my blog. Do you know why? All because on the pages you will see bright and colorful photos, as well as useful information. My husband and I are freelancers, so we can travel at any time of the year. For myself, I most often plan tours in advance, but it also happens that the trip turns out to be spontaneous when I see an interesting place and a nice price. At the age of 35, I have visited more than 30 countries and do not plan to stop there. I want to visit all continents and the most secret corners of our planet.

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