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The Hebrew Music Museum – Besucher des Hebräischen Musikmuseums

  • 072-3281976
  • 12 Yo'el Moshe Salomon, Jerusalem
TripAdvisor ReviewsBasiert auf 210 Reisebewertungen
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TripAdvisor BewertungenÜberprüft auf July 17, 2020

This museum is so interersting but several exhbitis could not be activated and my tablet had to be replaced in the middle of my visit.

Rare fun for eyes and ears!
TripAdvisor BewertungenÜberprüft auf March 25, 2020

Fun for the eyes and ears! This innovative museum design gives us access to unique and rare cultural instruments. The self-guided tour with iPads and earphones in English gave an really interesting and easy-to-use introduction to the instruments. Staff helpers Ethan and Ayala were warm and welcoming, helping people of every age have a...

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Fun for the eyes and ears! This innovative museum design gives us access to unique and rare cultural instruments. The self-guided tour with iPads and earphones in English gave an really interesting and easy-to-use introduction to the instruments. Staff helpers Ethan and Ayala were warm and welcoming, helping people of every age have a hands on experience with actual instruments. These unique musical artifacts matched with gorgeously themed rooms designed to reflect each culture while a virtual tour gave a history on music in the ancient temple. I spent six hours in just six rooms and loved every minute. Ask Ayala the story behind the accordion!

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Family friendly for special needs of all ages
TripAdvisor BewertungenÜberprüft auf March 23, 2020

What a special user-friendly hands-on place this is. We were not only given actual demonstrations of unusual instruments, we were also encouraged to try our hand at playing them. Our guide Bat-El, (Batya?) even got a number of group participants to try and make an impromptu concert! She explained the historical origins of various...

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What a special user-friendly hands-on place this is. We were not only given actual demonstrations of unusual instruments, we were also encouraged to try our hand at playing them. Our guide Bat-El, (Batya?) even got a number of group participants to try and make an impromptu concert! She explained the historical origins of various instruments and some came with a personal story. The building is beautiful, the displays very interesting. We enjoyed the personal attention we were given at each stop of the tour. We highly recommend taking the guided tour. For special needs children, ADD, ADHD we recommend letting them know in advance. They are very understanding and accomodating especially when they know with whom they are dealing.

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