The Contemporary Art Center, Ramle-CACR presents Two New Exhibitions:
The two new art exhibitions by the Contemporary Art Center, Ramle-CACR – at the space at 112 Herzl Street and at the Pool of Arches engage in ecological issues and beliefs and perceptions about natural resources and the ecosystem.
A Rare Historical Discovery in Binyamin Regional Council
A center for the production of stone tools from the Second Temple period was uncovered
The earliest, most complete Hebrew bible will be presented in ANU
A vital touchstone of human history - more than 1,000 years old, The Codex will be open for public view in Tel Aviv between March 23rd-29th
A New Group Exhibition at the Agam Museum: “Disruption of Order”
December 16th, 2022 until April 16th, 2023, Grand Opening: Friday, December 16th at 12:00 PM
The Dead Sea as an Art Medium and a Workshop in a New Exhibition at the Israel Museum
A Major New Exhibition at the Israel Museum Explores Renowned Israeli Artist Sigalit Landau's Engagement with the Dead Sea over Two Decades
A New Archeological Museum at the City of Lod
The "Shelby White and Leon Levy Mosaic Archaeological Center Lod" was launched in the city of Lod
Thanks to technology: Caesarea National Park is the First Accessible to the Blind in Israel
The Caesarea Development Company has launched an application that allows the blind to enjoy the variety of attractions located at the archeological site, as part of improving and upgrading accessibility in the port of Caesarea
14,000-year-old skeleton of an infant at Israel Museum new exhibition
This 14,000-year-old skeleton of an infant, wearing a strand – or belt – of dentalium shells arrived at the Israel lately.
Yaacov Agam Museum: Hearing the Colors
The exhibition "Hearing the Colors" at the Agam Museum invites visitors to a unique, surprising and fascinating experience that blends the various senses
The Agam Museum is Reopening to the Public
The museum will offer visitors guided tours, art workshops and Hanukkah activities for the whole family
The main attraction this winter A celebration of lights nature and food at the Jerusalem Botanical Garden
Renewal and Conservation Project of the Tower of David Museum
40 Million USD Renewal and Conservation Project Now Underway in Jerusalem
Israel Museum to host its first-ever online exhibition opening
The public is invited to a museum “first” when it hosts a “virtual opening” of the installation Inbal Hoffman: Mundane Heights online, its new venue for these types of events.
Israel Museum in Jerusalem is Re-opening its Doors
The number of visitors will be limited, with tickets purchased in advance on the museum’s website
Anchors Aweigh: Seaports of the Holy Land
The new Bible Lands Museum exhibition presents rare prints, photographs, maps, and drawings from the 16th to early 20th centuries.
Harbor Vaults at Caesarea National Park inaugurated
Caesarea Harbor, together with its antiquities, is one of the most popular tourist sites in Israel.
Tel Aviv Museum’s Pavilion for Contemporary Art to undergo renovation
The renovation will secure its future as a world-class exhibition space.
Israel Museum to display stone that mentions Jerusalem
The inscription reads: "Hananiah son of Dodalos of Jerusalem."
TripAdvisor includes Yad Vashem in top 25 museums
Yad Vashem made it onto TripAdvisor’s top 25 museums as part of its Best of 2018 awards rankings.
Megiddo Prison site to become tourist attraction
Armageddon is a popular site for the busloads of tourists visiting the sites of the Holy Land.
Israel Museum to host 15th Jerusalem Wine Festival
Visitors can experience wine tasting from Israel’s leading wineries in the unique atmosphere of the Art Garden, accompanied by live music.
Terra Sancta Museum in Jerusalem to Unveil New Archaeology Wing
The wing will open with an exhibition showcasing more than 300 artifacts from the time of Herod the Great to the VI Century.
New Yad Vashem Exhibition Marks Israel's 70th Anniversary
This exhibition illustrates how Jews yearned for the Land of Israel during and immediately following the Shoah in the years 1933-1948.
New Museum of Natural History to Open in Tel Aviv
The museum presents Israel’s national treasures of nature, selected from a scientific collection of five and a half million items.
Fragile Dead Sea Scroll Now on Display
Because of the scroll’s extreme fragility, the Israel Museum’s conservation team has mounted a unique exhibition using specially sealed construction developed in Israel, allowing total control of exposure to temperature and humidity.
Tower of David Museum in Jerusalem Launching New Multimedia Exhibit
The Tower of David Museum in Jerusalem is launching a new multimedia exhibit - the "King David Night Experience."
Record 900,000 Visited Israel Museum in 2017
This figure is a record for the Museum due to an increase both in Israeli and international visitors.
Albert Einstein Museum to Open in Jerusalem
A museum and visitors center, dedicated to the memory of Albert Einstein, is to open at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, at a cost of approximately $5 million, supplied mainly from donors
Shelby White and Leon Levy Lod Mosaic Archaeology Center
Construction has commenced on the Shelby White and Leon Levy Lod Mosaic Archaeological Center, located in the north-east of Lod, in close proximity to Ben Gurion Airport.
Uri Geller Museum
The Biblical Museum of Natural History
Located close to the entrance to Beit Shemesh, a short drive from Jerusalem, the Biblical Museum of Natural History opened recently.
New Wing at Beit Hatfutsot - The Museum of the Jewish People
National Campus for the Archaeology of Israel
The Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) has undertaken a project to bring together and display a collection of two million archaeological objects, including 15,000 Dead Sea Scrolls, in the Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein National Campus for the Archaeology of Israel.
Kikar Hamusica (Music Square) recently opened to visitors Yoel Salomon St. in Jerusalem. Through the combined vision of French project creator Laurent Levy and museum director Eldad Levy, (the two are not related), to “unite all through music,” the 700m² project is advancing in its development
Nachum Gutman Museum Audio Tours
Audio tours have been introduced in the permanent exhibition at the Nachum Gutman Museum, located in Neve Tzedek, Tel Aviv.
The Gottesman Family Israel Aquarium, Jerusalem
Optimism at the IMTM 2024 to be Held at the Tel Aviv Expo
22 February 2024
United Airlines is Resuming Its Flights to Israel
22 February 2024
The Biggest Flower Exhibition in Israel – Ever
22 February 2024
Israir is Purchasing an Aircraft for 29 million ILS
18 February 2024
Israel's Minister of Tourism will participate in the largest fair for Evangelicals in the USA
18 February 2024
El Al Announces New for Flights to and from the USA
13 February 2024
Ben Gurion Airport: A record number of passengers since the beginning of the war
13 February 2024
New and High-Tower Hotels on the North Coast of Eilat
10 February 2024
A Presidential Hug at the King David Hotel
08 February 2024