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Beit Ha'ir History Museum

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Beit Ha'ir History Museum

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Patricia P wrote a review Feb 2020
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The building is very interesting in itself. The top floor was about Tel Aviv but with a strong emphasis on the first Mayor of the city. I did spend a great amount of time on the zoo animal poster which was geared more for kids and occupied a large square footage of the building.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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David G wrote a review Jan 2020
Gedera, Israel1,164 contributions57 helpful votes
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Beit Ha'ir is located in Bialik street , not far from the Northern end of Allenby street , Tel-Aviv .The building itself is just under 100 years old , and has a rich history , which is available for viewers on the internet . I visited on the recommendation of one of my children, who had been on a school trip there , and actually stayed longer than I had originally intended . The building when I visited , had an exhibition dedicated to the early Tel-Aviv Zoo ( these days , there is a safari located just North of Tel-Aviv in Ramat Gan ) . I was told by the guide that the exhibition changes during the year , so if you want to see the zoo exhibition , now is the time !!. As you can see from my pictures the ( zoo) exhibit covers a large part of the building , along with a reconstruction of the office of Tel-Aviv's first mayor Meir Dizengoff ( not to be missed !! ), and archive pictures etc of early Tel-Aviv in the basement floor . For those who wish to see a timeline presentation ( movie + slides ) of Tel-Aviv , there is a showing on the ground floor . There was no guide book that I could purchase ,which was a pity , because there are LOTS of reflections from the wall mounted exhibits , which can make photography " challenging" One last thing , VERY IMPORTANT - Beit Ha'ir will be closed during July and August for renovations
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Gidons51 wrote a review Sep 2019
Herzliya, Israel4,166 contributions433 helpful votes
At the end of small Bialik street in the old center of Tel Aviv stands this old house of the first municipality of Tel Aviv . Opened in 1925 and operating till 1965 .today a small museum with the office of the first mayor , Dizengoff , a nice media piece film with Tel Aviv history from 1909 , and currently an exhibition in tribute of the old Tel Aviv zoo . Take 15-30 minutes . Admission for senior citizens or students 3 USDLRS.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Miki S wrote a review Feb 2019
Tel Aviv, Israel9 contributions4 helpful votes
As one that was born and raised in the city, we had a short nice visit to the history of Tel Aviv with a collective art taste of individuals pictures collection.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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545medva wrote a review Feb 2019
Budapest, Hungary3,979 contributions900 helpful votes
One of the real White City buildings, the former City Hall. We have been already here some years ago, but wanted to visit again. There are a lot of information about the history, it is a good visit.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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