The Palmach Museum is an experiential museum that relays the incredible story of the elite striking force of the Hagana-the underground military organization of the Jewish community in Palestine, prior to the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948. Visitors to the museum join a group of new Palmach recruits from the establishment of the Palmach through to the end of the War of Independence. The presentation is highly innovative with three-dimensional décor, films and special effects bringing to life the documentary material.
The Palmach museum was in construction for almost a decade and the wait was well worth it. The Director of the Museum, Ilan Lev, explains that the Museum’s goal was to enable the public to truly sense the period in which the Palmach operated and this gem of a museum does just that with it’s exciting multi-media experience.
Visitors are arranged into groups, keeping in with the character of the presentation and symbolizing the Palmach team spirit. Individual visitors are pre-arranged into groups. The exhibit is built in a chronological fashion and advances through a series of underground chambers, starting and finishing in a memorial hall for the Palamach members who died while fighting for the establishment of the State.
Visits to the museum must be pre-arranged. The ninety-minute tour is carried out in groups of up to twenty-five people and children must be over the age of six to participate. The presentation is in Hebrew and English, Russian, French and Spanish speakers will receive head-phones that provide a translation.
address: 10 Haim Levanon St., Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv
Open Hours: Sun-Mon: 9:00-16:30, Tue: 9:00-20:00, Wed: 9:00-13:30, Thu:9:00-16:00, Fri:9:00-11:30
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