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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 80 traveler reviews
Hebrew meh-sic museum
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 25, 2018

This a beautiful museum with a wide, though at times eclectic, collection. Clearly no expense was spared when they decorated the place. In fact, the adjoining areas were equally lush and expensive looking. As for the museum itself, we were lead by a virtual tour guide named Grandpa Levi via tablet. To be perfectly...

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This a beautiful museum with a wide, though at times eclectic, collection. Clearly no expense was spared when they decorated the place. In fact, the adjoining areas were equally lush and expensive looking. As for the museum itself, we were lead by a virtual tour guide named Grandpa Levi via tablet. To be perfectly honest, I found this feature to be a little useless and I stoped using it after a few stops. The information given was redundant (i.e.: "the harp is a string instrument"), and I would've valued more interesting details such as how the instruments were made, if they served a religious purpose, during what period they were made, how they're played, etc. The collection was also put together in a slapdash kind of way. For some reason there was a saxophone in a display case with a pair of violins! There was no explanation as to why that happened, it was just there. In addition there was nothing about music during the Holocaust, or about Ethiopian music. There was a good mix between Ashkenazi and Sephardic music, and the virtual reality program about the first Temple was very interesting. I would recommend this place, but I don't think that I'll be visiting again.

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The Iconic place of city art !
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 22, 2017

I came across this place walking by to my place and what struck me was the name . It is an effort to keep the music and its legacy related to music and its journey for the new generations . Anyone who has interest in music and the local flavors would love...

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I came across this place walking by to my place and what struck me was the name . It is an effort to keep the music and its legacy related to music and its journey for the new generations . Anyone who has interest in music and the local flavors would love to spend time here . Not too big but more of an offering to music lovers and its lore over the years .

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Amaizing
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 6, 2017

Museum that give the visitors a lot of knowledge in a very attractive way with a lot of demonstration , amaizing

Beautiful design
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 24, 2017

Book a guided one hour tour in advance (included in the ticket price). The experiance is not the same without it. Small and pleasent meseum

Amazing interactive museum! kids will enjoy the visit don't miss !
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 10, 2017

Visited the museum with my 9 year old daughter, we didn't take A guided tour and went ourselves using Ipad . I was pleased the museum is not loo large, Several rooms on 2 floors each room Dedicated to different area of the world where Jews of Diaspora lived - near every...

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Visited the museum with my 9 year old daughter, we didn't take A guided tour and went ourselves using Ipad . I was pleased the museum is not loo large, Several rooms on 2 floors each room Dedicated to different area of the world where Jews of Diaspora lived - near every exposition there is bar code you can scan the code and get explanation also hear the sound of instrument. also in different rooms there several interactive games and VR presentation of the temple. my daughter enjoined the visit i will defensively come again

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