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Friends of Zion Museum

  • 20 Yosef Rivlin St, Nahalat Shiva, Jerusalem
  • Friends of Zion Museum (Photo: Yossi Zamir).
  • Friends of Zion Museum (Photo: Yossi Zamir).
  • Friends of Zion Museum (Photo: Yossi Zamir).
  • Friends of Zion Museum (Photo: Yossi Zamir).
  • Friends of Zion Museum (Photo: Yossi Zamir).
  • Friends of Zion Museum (Photo: Yossi Zamir).
  • Friends of Zion Museum (Photo: Yossi Zamir).
  • Friends of Zion Museum (Photo: Yossi Zamir).
  • Friends of Zion Museum (Photo: Yossi Zamir).

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 303 traveler reviews
This is a great, high-tech attraction
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 14, 2020

Not really a museum, but kind of a high-tech educational experience. Highly recommend this attraction to learn a little about the history of Israel and some surprising supporters of the nation.

Worth seeing, super high tech
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 20, 2020

This is new, it was my first time here. It is super high tech, had some electronic displays i had never seen before. I learned a lot, and I already know a lot about Israel. Very nice gift shop too, loved the harp key chains. My only suggestion is that...

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This is new, it was my first time here. It is super high tech, had some electronic displays i had never seen before. I learned a lot, and I already know a lot about Israel. Very nice gift shop too, loved the harp key chains. My only suggestion is that they have more on the friends of Zion since Independence.

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It worth a visit
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 19, 2020

Even for a Jewish Israeli person like me, who is very familiar with the history of the Israel, Jewish people and of course the holocaust, I learned new things, mainly about Christians who supported Israel and the Jewish people through our the last 100-150 years. This is a very modern museum with...

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Even for a Jewish Israeli person like me, who is very familiar with the history of the Israel, Jewish people and of course the holocaust, I learned new things, mainly about Christians who supported Israel and the Jewish people through our the last 100-150 years. This is a very modern museum with very nice technological appliances. Nice experience. Please notice - this is NOT a museum which describes the Israel history nor the Jewish people history, this is basically about great none-Jewish people who helped Jewish people... some of them are true "Righteous among the Nations" There is quite (too much...) pathos in the air but - it worth a visit.

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