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Sund-Thur. :9:30 – 20:00
Friday : 9:30 - 13:30
Join us in a special experience as you journey throughout the world in exploration of enchanting music and sounds
Within the museum lies an exhibition of rare and ancient musical instruments from different historical periods and large diasporas to be explored during an experiential tour with innovative technology. Tours are suitable for all ages and are offered to both individuals and groups. The museum interior has an impressive architectural structure encompassing 7 rooms designed according to different cultural, musical styles.
We recommend the guided tour, although we also offer an independent tour. Either way, it is advisable to book in advance. The tours are inter-active and full of fascinating and entertaining information! Even without a musical background, you can have fun, observe and play music.
The tour will take you on a musical journey throughout the world, across different cultures, time periods, regions and continents to lead you to recognize the deep healing and spiritual value of music when perceived from special points of view.
Please reserve places in advance
“It's larger on the inside then it looks on the outside. there are several rooms lined with musical instruments from various cultures and eras. Our guide was pleasant and knowledgeable and let us hear several of the instruments and even play on a few.”
“We had a fabulous tour with a guide. Each room is uniquely decorated, we never knew there were so many musical instruments. It was especially fun for the kids to try them out!”
"The Museum has on display collections of original ancient instruments and proposes a fascinating tour that incorporates unique interactive content using hi-tech."
Located in Kikar Hamusica
My kids are not great museum fans. Everyone, from the 6-years old to the 17-years old, including us and my father who joined, had a wonderful time. Very advanced, interactive and interesting. Located in a beatifully restored area and house. The display rooms are simply amazing. Well done. Must se
In accordance with the guidelines of the Government and the Ministry of Health, the Hebrew Music Museum is closed to visitors as of Friday, September 18, 2020.
You are welcome to continue following us on social networks and the museum website, join our free customer club and stay up to date with what is happening with us and our promotions. The museum staff is available for you (as much as possible) for questions and inquiries at [email protected] You will soon be able to tour the museum from home with our team of guides - details on the website soon ... Looking forward to meeting you all again soon in health and happiness.