Tel Aviv Museum

General  /   /  By Aaron Fin

The Tel Aviv Museum is an international museum in the global Art scene, a place that offers a variety of modern Art, aside vintage uniqueness.


The Museum was established in 1932, set in a building that was the home of Tel Aviv’s first mayor, Meir Dizengoff.
The Museum is regarded as one of the most important ones in modern art.
The Museum nowadays portrays a set of some 25 changing exhibitions, amongst which are Israeli and International Arts, in the fields of sculpture, drawings, paintings, design and architecture.

There is a variety of halls at the Museum, in addition to a concert hall, a library- that is the largest Art library in Israel, and a unique all for children’s Art.


Guided tours are available every day.

Address: Shaul Hamelech Blvd, Tel Aviv

Tel. +972-53-941-9337
Opening hours: 10:00 am-20:00 pm

Phone: +972-53-941-9337

About the Author

One of the online niche veterans; a Tech savvy professional; lives & breathes Web, globalization and people. In addition, Aaron is an avid traveler, mainly in the south of Israel; being well known as a desert expert.

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