The Negev Museum of Art

Museums, Art and design Be'er Sheva
The Negev Museum of Art
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Constructed by the Ottomans in 1906, the museum showcases local and regional artwork from a range of disciplines.

This museum is a gem in Israel’s arid south, boasting a host of works from a range of time periods and genres including photography, drawing, ceramics, and painting. A great place to escape the desert heat and get a culture fix.


Venue name: The Negev Museum of Art
Address: 60 Ha’Atzmaut St

Opening hours: Mon, Tue, Thu 10:00-16:00; Wed 12:00-19:00; Fri-Sat 10:00-14:00
Price: Free
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