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Admission Ticket and Audio Guide: The Museum Of The Jewish People-Beit Hatfutsot

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    What to Expect
    Visit: Beit Hatfutsot - The Museum of the Jewish People, Rehov Klausner 15, Matiyahu Gate #2 Tel Aviv University Campus, Tel Aviv 6139202 Israel

    Visit the museum to see the following exhibitions.

    The new wing: Hallelujah!

    Assemble, Pray, Study – Synagogues Past and Present. The Alfred H. Moses and Family Synagogue Hall.

    A spectacular exhibition based on the world renowned collection of Beit Hatfutsot's synagogue models. The exhibition showcases 21 models representing various communities and Jewish life relating to the synagogue: social gatherings, study, creativity and prayer, as well as weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, fundraising, charity, etc. Alongside each model, a ceremonial item originating from the synagogue or related community is displayed. The artifacts include historical Judaica, prayer books, publications, as well as a stained glass window created in Germany in 1919 by the artist Friedrich Adler. The exhibition includes films, music, video art and interactive activities.

    Let There Be Laughter: Jewish Humor Around the World

    A comprehensive exhibition of Jewish humor from around the world starting at the origins of folklore to modern times, teasing out its nuances across English, Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino, German, French, and more. The exhibition features photographs, posters, videos, original collection items, jokes and standup performances, using various new media forms, allowing the visitors to be a part of the exhibition. It showcases the world’s finest Jewish humor and comedians such as Woody Elan, Jerry Seinfeld, the Marx brothers, Lenny Bruce and Israeli comedian’s as HaGashash HaHiver, Assi Dayan, Ephraim Kishon and many more.

    Heroes-Trailblazers of the Jewish People: The Tamar and Milton Maltz Family Gallery

    This exhibition gives a refreshing view of what it means to be a hero. Visitors meet different types of Jewish heroes throughout history including scientists, intellectuals, revolutionaries, cultural figures and athletes - men and women with exceptional talents. This remarkable and diverse selection which represents heroism, shows that success has many different faces. It is designed as an open space that facilitates free movement around interactive stations and is accompanied by animated movies. For children ages 6 – 12.
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    Departure Point
    Tel Aviv University, Ramat Aviv
    Entrance from gate #2 (Matitya gate)
    Departure Time

    Sun-Wed 10am-7pm
    Thur 10am-10.30pm
    Fri 9am-2pm
    Sat 10am-3pm

    • Audio guide with different routes to choose
    • Entry/Admission - Beit Hatfutsot - The Museum of the Jewish People
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    Additional Info
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Wheelchair accessible
    • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
    Cancellation Policy
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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    seen only part of the museum as the remodel is to be done mid next year, but the existing exhibits are fantastic, the section on jewish humor very good as well as a final recognition of the ethiopian jewish immigration
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    Response from Beit H, Guest Relations Manager at Admission Ticket and Audio Guide: The Museum Of The Jewish People-Beit Hatfutsot
    Responded 3 weeks ago
    Thank you, dear leopoldok77, we hope to host you again soon.
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    New exhibit - Let be there be laughter. Large section on Seinfeld, likewise on the Marx brothers. Several films showing laughter, and there's an area to draw your own comics.
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    The museum is located on the campus of Tel Aviv university. Parking is near by. Two main exhibits that are open are about Jewish humor and synagogues of the world. There are models of many synagogues both ancient and contemporary with good explanations. Recommend. Hope this
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    Not so large that you can't view it in a couple of hours. The miniature Synagogues were very well done and gives you an understanding of what Jewish life was like in Europe. The history of Jewish in the Borscht Belt brought back fond memories.
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    Response from Beit H, Public Relations Manager at Admission Ticket and Audio Guide: The Museum Of The Jewish People-Beit Hatfutsot
    Responded 22 Jul 2019
    Thank you dear Roberta!
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    The museum is located near gate #2 of the Tel Aviv University. We need to curve around a construction site (with the museum logo) to get there, on a 2nd floor of a seemingly general purpose building. The exhibits are basically two parts: the synagogues worldwide, and the famous
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    Response from Beit H, Public Relations Manager at Admission Ticket and Audio Guide: The Museum Of The Jewish People-Beit Hatfutsot
    Responded 22 Jul 2019
    Thank you very much, the new shining lobby is now open, and the whole new museum will open in April 2020.
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