Etzel Museum

Museums, History Tel Aviv Beach 

Time Out says

An important museum outlining the history of the foundation of Israel.

The Etzel Museum was founded to honor Etzel members who died during the battle of Jaffa during the fight for Israel’s independence. The museum contains a film explaining the context for the Etzel’s formation. It also houses two exhibits which display photographs of Etzel members, newspaper clippings from the time, artifacts, and information on the many Etzel missions. The Etzel Museum is an important stop in learning the history of the foundation of Israel. The museum sits right on the beach, giving it a magnificent view and the perfect follow up activity to this educational experience. 



Address: South Herbert Samuel Promenade
Tel Aviv

Price: single admission NIS 10
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 8:00-16:00

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