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Palmach Museum

Listed under Military Museums in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel.

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Price: 30 NIS for adults and 20 NIS for children

Notice that visits must be pre-arranged.

Palmach is the name of the Jewish combat unit, which was the part of the Israel Defense Forces. It is an experimental interactive museum that provides information in an innovative way, not as in other museums. You won’t find here any usual museum halls with exhibits! The Palmach museum offers you the opportunity to feel the difficult path of Jewish heroes towards becoming the Israeli state. Walking through the halls, you are immersed in the distant 1940s, through the 3D films, projections and special effects.

Written by  Lily Berns.

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