A tribute to Bauhaus graduate Gitai Weinraub, this museum is designed to provoke discussion on architectural concerns.
Film director Amos Gitai established this museum as a tribute to his late father, Munio Gitai Weinraub. Weinraub was one of the few Jewish architects who studied at the Bauhaus architecture school in Germany. Check for details on temporary exhibitions on the subject of Israeli and international architecture.
|Venue name:||Munio Gitai Weinraub Architecture Museum|
135 Hanassi Blvd, Central Carmel
|Opening hours:||Wed-Fri 11:00-14:00|
|Price:||Adult: NIS 20, Child/Student/Senior: NIS 10|