The Mitzpe Ramon Visitor’s Center is located on the edge of the Ramon Crater. In the Center, visitors can learn about the geography and geology of the area via large models. There is also an audio-visual presentation describing the formation of the Negev and its craters as well as bringing the history of the settlement of the Negev to life and detailing its flora and fauna. There is a window on the center’s rooftop observation deck that provides a breathtaking view of the crater. The Mitzpe Ramon Visitor’s Center is closed until August 2012 due to renovations.
Categories : Museums
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