Ethnographic Museum Treasures in the Walls

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Ethnographic Museum Treasures in the Walls

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Anna G
Rosh Pina, Israel41 contributions
Small and cute
Aug. 2020
We especially enjoyed this tiny museum because it gave us a chance to show our five years old daughter the way some things, like ironing, shoemaking, pottery were made about a hundred years ago. It was real fun for her. Probably wouldn’t find this place so interesting if we were alone.
Written 26 August 2020
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153knoll
Tel Aviv, Israel10 contributions
SMALL AND IMPRESSIVE
Jun. 2019 • Couples
A small, and yet impressive, museum, reviving the daily life of the inhabitants of the Galilee area in the past. Antique items shed light on the way people used to dress and on the shops they used to acquire household utensils from.
Written 10 June 2019
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Zhiv
Long Beach, NY320 contributions
Acre Ethnography Museum
May 2019 • Friends
One of the local treasures to check into on your visit to Acre. It is smallish place with one curator and lots of antiques and perhaps some interesting documents from the history of Acre.
Written 27 May 2019
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Kimbocobe
Geneva, Switzerland19 contributions
Interesting and a should see
May 2019 • Couples
This museum tucked into the walls of the old city contains a wonderful and informative history of Acre recent past. Items of everyday use from immigrants and craftsman are neatly displayed. Entrance tickets are included in the package available from the tourist office of the main historic sights.
Written 10 May 2019
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unclelouie
New Ulm, MN1,327 contributions
This is a great museum
Mar. 2019 • Couples
This museum is a bit hard to find but do look for it. It is actually inside part of the walls surrounding the old city of Akko (Acre). It is filled with items, large and small, from the past. Most of it goes back to before the creation of the modern nation of Israel and much was more in aline with Arab culture than Jewish. Items from various professions, furniture, art work, and much more. There was a small charge to enter.
Written 19 April 2019
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thamestrader
thamestrader43 contributions
Way Better Than I Expected!
Feb. 2019 • Solo
Incredible knowledge in the head of the multi-lingual curator. Wish I had had more time to chat. Enjoyed the room settings.
Written 15 February 2019
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Brittany_11_10
Los Angeles, CA1,351 contributions
Gem of its own
Oct. 2018 • Friends
This little gem of a museum had a lot of interesting artefacts, old tools, beautiful inlaid furniture and more. It's not a big museum, but there's plenty to see. Also, the guy working at the front desk was really nice and helpful, and was eager to tell us about some of the pieces and answer any questions we had.
Written 21 January 2019
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omega123
Singapore, Singapore5,912 contributions
Take a look at early Yzrael
Nov. 2018 • Couples
A good stop after walking the Akko wall. Things that were displayed or replicated showed the early life of Yzrael when things were short. It showed the good adaptability to survive and making things work
Written 1 December 2018
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Marcia71
Jerusalem, Israel211 contributions
Filled with memorabilia.
Oct. 2018 • Family
The museum is really filled with treasures: objects culled from homes and buildings. Most are everyday items that were actually used by ordinary people. Some will be familiar to everyone because they are recognizeable no matter where you come from. We enjoyed the hour we spent there.
Written 6 November 2018
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travellingIma
Jerusalem, Israel231 contributions
Unique Museum
Aug. 2018 • Couples
I liked the museum a lot.
You have to either like antiques and collectibles, or like "the good ole days".
If you have kids with you it can be quite interesting for them to see how things were made in days gone by.
Getting to the museum is a bit if a hassle as it is located On TOP of the wall surrounding the city. Not an easy walk.
The entrance fee is 15 nis but it is also part of a special ticket encompassing 4 or 5 sites in the city
Written 21 August 2018
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