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“This architectural gem of a museum houses some of the finest art collections in the Middle East, from classic to contemporary. Visit the Tel Aviv Museum of Art (TAM) to see the works by local Jewish-Israeli artists as well as leading international artists such as Jackson Pollock, Kandinsky, Monet, Dalí, Rodin, Van Gogh, Klimt and Picasso. The Tel Aviv Museum of Art (TAM) opened even before the state of Israel was established. In 1932, the first mayor of the city, Meir Dizengoff, established the museum in his home on Rothschild Boulevard. The museum’s present-day Main Building on Shaul Hamelech Boulevard opened in 1971 and houses the permanent collections. See local art from the 20th century onwards in the Department of Israeli Art. The Department of Modern and Contemporary Art showcases international works from the mid-19th century onwards. Find eye-catching works in the Department of Prints and Drawings and the Department of Photography. Of course you can’t miss the Old Masters Department, with outstanding works from the 16th to the 19th century. Last but not least, the Department of Architecture and Design will inspire you to think outside the square. Thinking outside the square is exactly what the American architect Preston Scott Cohen did when he designed the museum’s futuristic wing, the Herta and Paul Amir Building. Light streams in from the central light well, drawing in Tel Aviv’s sunny character. Its two floors above and three floors below ground level are full of inspiring artworks, so you could spend all day in this wing alone. Apart from admiring art and architecture, also come to TAM to listen to concerts and lectures in its auditorium, see international cult movies in its cinema and attend creative workshops and art classes. The Lola Beer Ebner Sculpture Garden and Nata's Garden are the museum’s creative outdoor spaces. Also visit the ever-changing social and political modern art exhibits in the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion on Tarsat Street, included in your ticket price. The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is located in the city center and can be reached by public transportation. The museum is open daily, except Sundays. TAM stays open until late on Tuesday and Thursday nights. Guided tours in English are available.”
  • Recomendado por 136 habitantes locales
Bar
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“Cool underground bar on the corner of Yehuda Halevi and Allenby. Sweet outdoor area to chill in the summer, really cool vibes with awesome DJs, beautiful graffiti on the walls, tasty cheap pizza and salad, and Tubi slushies.”
  • Recomendado por 69 habitantes locales
Restaurante
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“Small but very nice rofftop on Nahalat Benyamin. They have a cool happy hour : a glass on wine (or any other drink) and a dish for 50nis!”
  • Recomendado por 31 habitantes locales
Museum
“A great place to feel Israels ancient roots, traditions as well as modern exhibitions. Fun and educating! Within 10 minute drive!”
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History Museum
“Located on historic Rothschild boulevard, a beautiful and tree-lined street. Take a stroll from the beginning of Rothschild, which starts just off Herzl (our corner street) and go all the way up the boulevard until you reach the end at the beautiful complex housing Habima, Israel's national stage. You can also take the green Tel-o-fun bikes, there is a station located right at the beginning of Rothschild.”
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Museum
“Located in an 18th century building surrounded by breathtaking landscape and is full of modern art and artifacts. Worth a visit!”
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Zapatería
“Run by a Swiss-Israeli couple with encyclopaedic knowledge and huge passion for the largest collection of Bauhaus buildings in the world, forming TLV's UNESCO-designated White City world heritage site.”
  • Recomendado por 26 habitantes locales
Bar de cocteles
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“Oh if the walls could talk! BuXa is renowned for its ultra mod contemporary art lining its chic walls, and ultra cool contemporary beverage list filling the bellies of locals and tourists alike. This trendy vibe and hipster lair shouldn’t deter you from experiencing Israel’s up-and-coming underground DJs stretching their talents across the decks. Hang out in the yard on the top floor, dance the night away on the lower floor or simply perch yourself at the bar chatting to night crawlers for the evening – the world is your BuXa.”
  • Recomendado por 19 habitantes locales
Museum
“Located on the seashore and it is already so much fun. You can find everything here. A variety of restaurants. Bars with live jazz music (Shablul). on Thursday evening and Friday morning farmers market. Fashion. Books, and more...”
  • Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
History Museum
“The history of the jewish people narrated with movies, models, and a lot of artifacts”
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History Museum
“A great and modern museum that basically sums up the modern history of Israel. The museum is also built and structured architecturally intelligent. Extremely recommended!”
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History Museum
“Palmach Museum is a fantastic way to understand the weight of the army in the history of Israel. ”
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Galería de arte
“Located in an eclectic building with open windows to the city, the gallery is dedicated to contemporary art and includes the greatest pieces of art. ”
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Planetarium
“A visit to the planetarium offers visitors, who sit on a revolving stage, an extraordinary "flight" based on the film "Astronaut" (produced by the National Space Centre of Leicester, England).”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“The museum of the famous painter Rueben Rubin on one of Tel Aviv's most prestigious streets, Bialik St.”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes locales