Clandestine Immigration and Navy Museum

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Clandestine Immigration and Navy Museum
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Time Out says

A hands-on educational experience, exploring Israeli’s navy.

The Clandestine Immigration and Navy Museum is a naval museum covering maritime history of Israel. It covers history from clandestine immigration during the British Mandate for Palestine, through to the history of the navy from its creation to the present. The story is told with documents, models, artifacts, and audio-visual presentations. You can also find many hands-on exhibits, including two retired ships and a submarine on display for exploring. For those interested, a database of war and medal decoration recipients is available by request at the guard’s booth.



Address: 204 Allenby Rd

Opening hours: Sun-Thu 10:00-16:00

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