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Beit Hatfutsot – The Museum of the Jewish People — the Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish People, is located on the campus of Tel Aviv University in Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. Its president is Irina Kogan Nevzlin.

The Yitzhak Rabin Center is a library and research center in Tel Aviv, Israel, built in memory of assassinated Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin.

Bialik House was the home of the Hebrew national poet Hayyim Nahman Bialik in the center of Tel Aviv, Israel, and is now used as a museum.

Zemack Contemporary Art (ZCA) aims to deliver a fresh perspective on the Israeli art scene, and is currently considered one of the leading galleries in Tel Aviv.

Independence Hall, originally the Dizengoff House is the site of the signing of Israel’s Declaration of Independence. It is located on the historic Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv, Israel.

The Israel Defense Forces History Museum is a museum dedicated to the history of Israel’s military, from the underground organizations active during the British Mandate for Palestine to the modern Israel Defense Forces.

The Eretz Israel Museum is a historical and archeological museum in the Ramat Aviv neighborhood of Tel Aviv, Israel.

The Nahum Gutman Museum of Art is an art museum located in Neve Tzedek, Tel Aviv, Israel. The Museum resides in the historical Writers’ Home, which was built in 1887 and was one of the first buildings in the Neve Tzedek neighborhood.

The Palmach Museum is a museum located in Ramat Aviv, Israel dedicated to the Palmach, the strike-force of the pre-state underground Haganah defense organization, which was later integrated into the Israel Defense Forces.


The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is an art museum in Tel Aviv, Israel. It was established in 1932 in a building that was the home of Tel Aviv’s first mayor, Meir Dizengoff. The Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art opened in 1959.

The Ben-Gurion House is an historic house museum in Tel Aviv, in which between 1931 and 1968 served as an additional residence for Israel’s first Defense and Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion, and his his family, along with another additional residence, Tzrif Ben-Gurion at the Sde Boker kibbutz in the Negev, and parallelly with his official residence as Prime Minister of Israel, at Beit Julius Jacobs in Jerusalem. It is located at 17 Ben-Gurion Boulevard, in Tel Aviv.