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The Hebrew Music Museum – Besucher des Hebräischen Musikmuseums

  • 12 Yoel Moshe Solomon Street, Jerusalem
  • 072-3281976
TripAdvisor ReviewsBasiert auf 108 Reisebewertungen
Fabulous music experience for kids
TripAdvisor BewertungenÜberprüft auf September 15, 2018

Interactive experience where children can play & learn with a variety of musical instruments. Amazing VR reality tour of the 2nd temple. Great activity for kids when visiting Jerusalem

WOW A Hidden Gem
TripAdvisor BewertungenÜberprüft auf August 31, 2018

What a lovely museum. Very beautiful laid out. Interactive iPads available although we took a guided tour through. Decor is stunning, layout lovely. A hidden gem of a museum suitable for all ages. The virtual reality of the Temple was excellent.

A visit to the Music Museum is pure pleasure
TripAdvisor BewertungenÜberprüft auf August 27, 2018

A short walk in the charming pedestrian mall of the Nahlaot neighbourhood from "HaKhatulot" Square leads you to this charming museum, where nothing in its entrance hints at its contents. It is a relatively small museum that provides a tour of one and a half to two hours at most. A group tour is accompanied by...

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A short walk in the charming pedestrian mall of the Nahlaot neighbourhood from "HaKhatulot" Square leads you to this charming museum, where nothing in its entrance hints at its contents. It is a relatively small museum that provides a tour of one and a half to two hours at most. A group tour is accompanied by a local guide, but there is also the possibility to explore alone and get instruction through a tablet and headphones. Next to each group of exhibits there is a barcode whose scanning provides detailed explanations of the musical instruments and even allows listening to their playing. The spaces are designed in a breathtaking manner that is suitable for the musical instruments and culture from which they came from. It seems that the designer of the museum thought about everything From the threshold, the door-frame and the entrance doors to the spaces through the lighting fixtures in the exhibition space, all in order to give the visitor an authentic feeling that clarifies the relation between the group of exhibits and the culture from which it grew.

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