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Design Museum Holon

8 Pinkhas Eilon, Holon 5845900, Israel
+972 73-215-1515
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Design Museum - Holon City

The Design Museum opened in 2010. It is located in a culture area of Holon city, named Mediatheque... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
R C
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Ramat Hasharon, Israel
Definitely worth a visit

The building itself is fascinating. We visited the Ronit Elkabetz exhibit, open until April 2018... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
DTlv
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Tel Aviv, Israel
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8 Pinkhas Eilon, Holon 5845900, Israel
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Design Museum opened in 2010. It is located in a culture area of Holon city, named Mediatheque, which includes a library, a youth theater center, a cinematheque, and nearby, the faculty of Design belonging to the Holon Institute of Technology. Across the street there's...More

Thank R C
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The building itself is fascinating. We visited the Ronit Elkabetz exhibit, open until April 2018 - stunning and inspirational!

Thank DTlv
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Reviewed 2 January 2018

DMH is a curators' "tour de force". Every visit always leaves me with unforgettable images and new unexpected experiences. This happened in the past with a famous Japanese designer's fashions and now the tragically late iconic Ronit Elkabetz's fashion flair and artistic genius. I personally...More

Thank Harold J
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Reviewed 3 November 2017

Interesting architecture, interesting exhibits. In the center of town, close to other museums. Different exhibits: Some permanent, and others temporary.

Thank Varda A
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Reviewed 2 November 2017

The museum is small compared to other museums of other big cities. I finished my visit in less than an hour. I visited primarily to see architect Ron Arad's creation. The museum staff at reception was very welcoming and gave me helpful information. The museum...More

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Reviewed 30 October 2017

This museum opens your eyes and your minds to a outstanding experience, beeing itself it's most attractive object because of the design Ron Arad gave to it. The Sound and Matter in design exhibition (closed by oct.28) was extremely interesting. It's surely worth a trip...More

Thank Eddy43
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Reviewed 27 October 2017 via mobile

The museum is housed in a very unusual building and I would recommend visiting just to see the building. Exhibitions vary, when we went the theme was Sound, which isn't up my alley but I'm sure that for those so inclined it would be a...More

Thank Etienne F
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

Unless there is an exhibition that you really want to see, I'd give this place a miss. The actual design of the building - both external and internal is nothing really revolutionary, with the external visible without needing to pay admission.

Thank RonPan
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Reviewed 6 September 2017

Going to the wonderful Design museum in Holon affords the visitor a birds eye view into the wonderful world of design. Young and old designers are given floor and wall space to exhibit their great innovative designs. Not to be missed for the discerning tourist,...More

Thank Joseph A
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Reviewed 16 July 2017

I visited the museum last Friday ( 14th of July 2017) and were very disappointed. I love design and I know that Israel counts a lot of designers in all fields ; architecture, fashion, home appliances etc... Once we saw the temporary exhibition on sounds...More

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Lidia E
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Response from Varda A | Reviewed this property |
Not shure. You can look in their web site
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Response from Zvi20142014 | Reviewed this property |
review was for a museum not a hotel, sorry.
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