The museum is spread out over a lovely campus like property which includes an ancient mosaic floor found in situ. There are other mosaic floors displayed as well as wine and olive presses spread out among the lovely landscaped paths. Each type of collection is in its own building--coins, post office, folklore and more. The English captions are well written and each display is arranged well and easy to view. The gift shop is large and filled with beautiful and interesting items all made in Israel and the dairy restaurant on site is excellent with friendly service and reasonable prices.
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