Beit Ha-ir

Beit Ha-ir

Center City
  • Architecture
  • Museum
  • Cultural & Historical
Recommended for: Culture

Built in 1924, Beit Ha-ir was originally a government building, but has been carefully restored and re-purposed into a municipal museum. Exhibits include a film covering the development of the area and two galleries of historical photographs and documents. Be sure to check out the original tile floors, laid out in colorful patterns that are typical of the era. Tickets are 10 to 30 NIS.

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Beit Ha'ir, Bialik Street, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

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