The entrance is the only interactive
Each group / tablet will be given a guided tour to the experiential guide "Grandpa Levi". (With advance registration).
Great fun for kids and pure adult fun!
The tour takes place in an impressive architectural structure - including 7 spaces according to the different cultures presented in it. Each space has interactive possibilities such as playing musical instruments, digital music games and an empowering virtual experience that allows you to tour the Temple using VR technology [the only one in the world].
An exhibition of ancient musical instruments
Our visitors enjoy sounds, cultural richness, technological experiences and a fascinating architectural journey whose purpose is to unite and connect all the distant and different, touch the wind, the earth and our roots that are rooted in the countries of exile: Central Asia, Morocco and Andalusia, Iraq, Syria and Egypt, Europe and Ashkenaz, Balkan, Africa and Ethiopia, Yemen and Hebrew space.
The museum has an exhibition of rare and ancient musical instruments from different periods in history and large diasporas that are displayed along an experiential tour accompanied by innovative technological means.
How it all began?
The museum was opened on 12.04.2016 by Laurent Levy, a businessman and CEO of the Optical Center chain.
He fulfilled his vision of a single, unique museum that could connect all the humanities through the language of the heart - the music.
Music can unite, heal,
To delight and awaken the
inner goodness in each and
About Eldad Levi
The Hebrew Music Museum expresses its appreciation to Mr. Eldad Levi - musician, composer and instrumentalist - who worked in the "Hebrew Music Museum" project and served as its general manager.
Thanks to the energy he devoted to him, his talents and stubbornness, Eldad made a tangible and tangible contribution to the project.
Among other things, Eldad worked to locate and bring all the wonderful musical instruments currently in the possession of the museum.
Because of his musical talents, Eldad knew how to revive these instruments by choosing the right melodies in each of the museum's halls, creating an impressive, fascinating and mesmerizing atmosphere within the museum walls.
And the museum expresses its full appreciation and appreciation for it.
Where are we?
In the heart of the picturesque Jerusalem neighborhood, Nahalat Shiva, on Yoel Moshe Salomon Street 10, the museum is part of the Music Square project.
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