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Ralli museum, Caesarea, Caesarea

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4.9/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Two pristine museums located under one site, Ralli museum, Caesarea houses a diverse range of Latin American art and Spanish Jewish cultural history. The first museum sits within a lush 40 hectare (98.8 acre) garden pavilion scattered with sculptures. Five exhibition halls built in Spanish colonial style contain hundreds of works, including a vast collection of pieces by the eccentric Salvador Dali. Cross the pavilion to the second museum, constructed in the Moorish architectural style, to see its permanent collection of European art from the 16th to 18th centuries, spread across four floors. Out in the courtyard, marble sculptures represent prominent Jewish figures around a solemn fountain. Make Ralli museum, Caesarea part of your personalized Caesarea itinerary using our Caesarea tour planner.
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  • This is a small and very good art museum. The fact that it is free makes it a true visit worth. Recommended. 
  • This very informative museum at the archaeological site of Caesarea, Israel, offers a very comfortable way to understand the enormous excavations outside the building. They use a combination of video ...  read more »
  • This beautiful museum, free of charge, offers great south-American art. There are 2 buildings. One has a nice collection of paintings of biblical stories. The other is mostly south American art, amazi...  read more »
  • Good museum.
  • Simply the best Dali sculptures collection that I saw in my life :) bravo!
  • Gorgeous art museum! In the first building collection of works by Dali (about 40) and Latin-American artists + a bit of Archeology and temporary exhibitions (now Vladimir Makarenko). The second building work 16-17 century, far more interesting, mainly on biblical themes. 1 floor of four dedicated to the exhibitions of the Israeli contemporary artists. At the entrance to the second building sculptures of famous Spanish Jews (Columbus, Maimonides, etc.). An excellent Museum! Admission is free, and the Museum has no trade and Cafe, is a strange policy of the Museum, and the Museum does not accept donations. On Sunday and Wednesday closed.
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  • One of the best museums in Israel, besides free. An impressive collection of works by Dali. Very interesting selection of works by Spanish masters.
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  • Magnificent Museum. I advise to visit.
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