Find nostalgia and whimsy (plus unexpected gifts!) at this cool spot.
There is something so whimsical about looking at old photographs; the colors, (or lack thereof), the fashions and trends, the expressions of people you will never meet, but who may be connected to your ancestry somehow. Thankfully, Israel's impressive progression has been well documented - and The Photohouse's archives are here to prove it. First opened on Allenby Street in 1936, the Photohouse has a massive collection of negatives numbering close to a million images, and today, the shop houses one of the country’s most monumental private archives of historical photographs, recounting the story of Israel's past, and bursting with nostalgia. For those searching for a unique gift, any of the images can be blown up into huge posters, magnets and more. Plus, framing is also available on-site. This store is a must-visit for anyone who loves photography and history.
|Venue name:||The Photo House|
5 Tchernichovsky St