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The Hebrew Music Museum

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 40 traveler reviews
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Excellent, informative, hands-on, fun for all family
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

I suggest you book in advance. We did via the internet then couldn't make the day we had booked. No problem they pencilled us in for the following day and when we arrived all was well even though it was crowded. Use the tablet provided, go through the seven rooms at your own pace,each...

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I suggest you book in advance. We did via the internet then couldn't make the day we had booked. No problem they pencilled us in for the following day and when we arrived all was well even though it was crowded. Use the tablet provided, go through the seven rooms at your own pace,each room covering a musical instruments from a different regions of the world, listen to the explanations, try hands-on to get reasonable sounds from some of the instruments, and finish with the virtual 3-D visit to the Temple compound. Great value for money. And when you finish enjoy one of the many restaurants or other attractions in this crowded city centre with plenty to do.

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Interesting Exhibit
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

Charming museum exhibiting a rich variety of ancient and modern instruments used in Jewish music.The venue is beautifully designed and each room is dedicated to a particular geographic region. There is also a 3-D presentation enabling the visitor to "walk through" the First Temple.

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Wonderful few hours
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 3 days ago

We went with friends to the museum and were surprised by the amount of instruments on show and the wonderful interactive support the exhibits had. More than that was the exceptional​ virtual reality exhibit of the second temple in Jerusalem. Great place for children of any age

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Fabulous
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 4 days ago

Friends had recommended that we visit this relatively new museum. My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Not only do you learn about the many cultural contributions to Jewish music, but you can listen to the myriad of instruments on display and try some of them yourself. The highlight was...

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Friends had recommended that we visit this relatively new museum. My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Not only do you learn about the many cultural contributions to Jewish music, but you can listen to the myriad of instruments on display and try some of them yourself. The highlight was virtually experiencing the sights and sounds in the Temple. Try to go when it isn't too crowded. We used a tablet to guide us through the museum. It worked well. My husband had a some trouble with the ear phone connection so they replaced it with a wireless headphone. Be sure to ask for a book of coupons giving 10% off the gift shop and area restaurants.

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Loved this hidden gem!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 4 days ago

Even kids who don't otherwise like museums will love this place. It is very well curated and set up. Aside from seeing the instruments - using interactive iPads to listen to and learn about each one -, there were also some instruments to try hands on, and the kids loved it! ...

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Even kids who don't otherwise like museums will love this place. It is very well curated and set up. Aside from seeing the instruments - using interactive iPads to listen to and learn about each one -, there were also some instruments to try hands on, and the kids loved it! The 3d experience of the Temple/Bet Hamikdash was outstanding and a real highlight of the visit. This place is worth a 1-2 hour visit of your time in Jerusalem, even not on a rainy day! Young and old can appreciate it alike.

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