The museum is definitely hands-on as you walk through buildings and past equipment outdoors. What I appreciated the most was learning the early history from the 1930s and 1940s when Israel had little support from other countries and had to develop its own technology. Yes, the main information is available in English and much of the details is only in Hebrew, but you are visiting Israel. Remember to have your passport with you. Without it, you may not be able to get in. And the entrance faces the west and is near the entrance to the train station place next door, Hatachana.
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