Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv

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Get lost wandering in Tel Aviv Museum of Art, which hosts an impressive collection of modern and contemporary art, as well as Old Masters in rotating exhibitions. The museum, first established in 1932 but relocated and expanded since, represents Israeli and Jewish works from the beginning of the 20th century to the present, including holdings of photography, architectural models and sketches, and sculptures displayed indoors and in an internal garden. Check ahead to see if you'll catch the live concerts or film screenings hosted in the theater. PutTel Aviv Museum of Art into our Tel Aviv trip itinerary builder site and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • The museum building itself is an art object. Fine collection of Impressionists including Chagall, Soutine, Renoir, Picasso. 
    The museum building itself is an art object. Fine collection of Impressionists including Chagall, Soutine, Renoir, Picasso.  more »
  • This museum is excellent and one of the highlights of my Tel Aviv visit. The permanent collection, including the impressionist paintings was excellent. Make sure to cross-check with a map so that you....  more
    This museum is excellent and one of the highlights of my Tel Aviv visit. The permanent collection, including the impressionist paintings was excellent. Make sure to cross-check with a map so that you....  more »
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  • The museum is very interestingly build. There are amazing classical modernists in the permanent collection. Also there are a few temporary exhibitions of contemporary artists. There are interactive, video and photography installations. There is plenty of information and a children's center. I do think this is one of the places, which anyone visiting Tel Aviv should not miss, especially if one is interested in art.
  • Highly recommend! Had the best time with my 5 yo daughter. She mostly enjoyed the Helena Rubinstein’s Miniature Rooms, the birds and the NFT exhibitions. The museum is very well maintained, clean and not crowded. Kids under 18 get a free ticket. Personally I prefer to get the tickets online, but there was no line waiting to buy tickets in the museum itself when we got there. The museum is closed on Sundays. Opens at 10 am each other day of the week. Check the website about the closing hours which change every day. And of course opening hours change on holidays.

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