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Family of spies: history, education and intrigue

We took some of our kids here for them to learn about the young founders of NILI. Firstly, I'd... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Ahuva613
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Jerusalem, Israel
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Tour N.I.L.I. Museum

Summer visit to the N.I.L.I. museum, the well-preserve house of the Aaronsohn’s family. N.I.L.I... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Noemi9153
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Jerusalem, Israel
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We took some of our kids here for them to learn about the young founders of NILI. Firstly, I'd recommend a visit to the First Aliyah museum, only a few minutes' walk away, before visiting NILI, for background on early settlers and of Zichron Yakov....More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Summer visit to the N.I.L.I. museum, the well-preserve house of the Aaronsohn’s family. N.I.L.I. commemorates the World War I a Jewish espionage network headed by the Aaronsohn family from their home. Very interesting historical documents, video and exhibits leading to the creation of N.I.L.I.

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Reviewed 5 April 2018

Our tour guide was Omer Moskovitz. He is an excellent english speaking tour guide. He knows the history very well! He is very personable and you will not regret having him for your tour guide. The movie shown was an excellent overview of the Aaronsohn...More

Thank tzefanyahbenyochanon
Reviewed 3 December 2017

While I vaguely knew about the "NILI" movement this museum filled in the details. The young lady who took us around was extremely pleasant and knew her material well. The tour of the houses complimented the museum.

Thank tdhgi
Reviewed 1 July 2017

I've visited the museum twice and every time enjoyed the guided tour. It's great if you want to discover more about modern Israel, and how it came to be.

Thank Anna B
Reviewed 24 June 2017

I visited here on a day when school parties meant that we could not enter the house. We were allowed into the museum and that was very interesting with enough signage in English to tell the story-and a very good one it is too.

Thank Ivor M
Reviewed 18 April 2017

If you are interested in modern Israeli history, this is a "must visit" location. Interesting exhibition in the original building.

Thank TopGunFun
Reviewed 3 April 2017

This was such an interesting piece of Israel's history and I often think about what I learned here about young leaders determined to make a change for the greater good. It's well explained and in such a wonderful part of Israel. I loved this entire...More

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Reviewed 14 February 2017

It is recommended for all -family as well as for school kids as it a very well message forwarded by the guides about the heroic people

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Reviewed 20 December 2016 via mobile

A beautiful place with a great history behind it. Located in a very lovely town high on the hills. Great for a one day family trip.

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