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An awesome place that is literally “out of this world”


Time Out says

The Eretz Israel Museum is more than a series of exhibits exploring the history and culture of Israel. Inside the multidisciplinary museum sits a magical place that is literally “out of this world.” At the Planetarium you can sneak a peek at the stars the same way that Galileo did through his telescope. Watch a riveting presentation about the mysterious galaxies that exist all the while spinning in revolving seats or learn about Israel’s first ever astronaut, Ilan Ramon, and view real time pictures of outer space provided by NASA. The Planetarium is a great place to bring your children and also expand your adult minds to the boundless worlds of science. English presentations are available by reservation.


2 Haim Levanon St., Ramat Aviv
Tel Aviv
Sun-Wed 10:00-16:00, Thu 10:00-20:00, Fri 10:00-14:00, Sat 10:00-16:00
Opening hours:
INCLUDES ACCESS TO THE MUSEUM: Adult: NIS 84 (Tel Aviv resident: NIS 74), Children: NIS 32; Ticket sale ends 10 minutes before the performance begins
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