Some of Israel's most interesting museums can be found in Tel Aviv: Haaretz Israel Museum is a multi faceted institution that is housed in various buildings throughout the city. The museum traces the development of regional crafts and trades that have developed through the ages.
Beth Hatefutsoth, Museum of the Jewish Diaspora, tells the story of the tribulations, achievements and unity of the Jewish people, dispersed throughout the world, during a time span of 2,500 years. Tel Aviv Museum of Art exhibits the best of Israeli art, classical paintings, Impressionists and Post-Impressionists, 20th Century Modern Masters and more than 20,000 prints and drawings. Open Museum of Rishon Le-Zion, housed in 100-year-old buildings, includes exhibits such as a reconstruction of the world's first Hebrew-speaking school and a sound-and-light show that depicts the First Aliyah.
The Jaffa area of old Israel offers many interestig sights to be discovered. Reconstructed and renovated about 30 years ago, Old Jaffa's cobblestone paths and winding alleys twist through the massive stone fortifications that surround the city. Visitors can follow the walls that snake around the bottom of the city for a look at how this ancient, colorful corner of Jaffa is alive with some of the area's best seafood restaurants and nightclubs. It is also home to an artists colony, art galleries and high-quality craft shops.
Rehov Bialik and Sederot Rothschild streets, Tel Aviv, Israel
Two streets featuring classic examples of the 1930s Bauhaus-influenced style of architecture so typical of the city.
2 Levanon, Ramat Aviv., Tel Aviv, Israel
Immensely varied antiquities collection and special exhibitions including remains of Philistine temples at Tel Qasil.
Entrance 25NIS;free tours in English.
28 Leonardo da Vinci St. P.O. Box 33321.Tel Aviv 6, Tel Aviv, Israel
Trio mini subscriptions are available for anyone who purchases tickets for three productions this season.
They offer a reduction of approximately 15% off individual ticket prices.
Tickets can be purchased in person at the Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center office and they can also be purchased by telephone, using credit cards.
The box office is open on:
Sunday-Thursday from 9:30a.m. to 8:30p.m.
Fridays and holiday evenings from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00p.m.
, Tel Aviv, Israel
The Cameri Theatre,Israelis first theatre, was established in Tel Aviv over 50 years ago,by the late Yoself Milo 9the most theatrical personalities os Israel) and a group of actors.
Every Tuesday night, the Cameri presents its most popular productions with a simultaneous translation into English.