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Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv
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Get lost wandering in Tel Aviv Museum of Art, which hosts an impressive collection of modern and contemporary art, as well as Old Masters in rotating exhibitions. The museum, first established in 1932 but relocated and expanded since, represents Israeli and Jewish works from the beginning of the 20th century to the present, including holdings of photography, architectural models and sketches, and sculptures displayed indoors and in an internal garden. Check ahead to see if you'll catch the live concerts or film screenings hosted in the theater. Our Tel Aviv trip itinerary maker makes visiting Tel Aviv Museum of Art and other Tel Aviv attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • A varied set of attractions which display many different periods of art, but also the work of local Israeli artists. Definitely worth the time for anyone who loves art and who is touring Tel Aviv. Goo...  more »
  • We spent 4 hours there, and would have enough to see for the next time. If you go soon, don't miss the exhibition of Ofer Rotem, it is great. 
  • Perhaps I unlike ruled the Museum in Germany, but here under the blue sky of Tel Aviv, this paradise modern (not necessarily post modern!) stands Architecture of the old as well as new construction are wonderful. (And for a few friends of Brutalism is also a great copy in the form of a library). The Interior is of course the not in modern and historical collections are very worth seeing and also the special exhibitions have inspired us, if we had not enough time to see everything. I hope to come back one day!
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