Tel Aviv Museums Tour 
With a private tour guide, you can explore the best museums in Tel Aviv in a single day

Tel Aviv Museums and arts complex, with Azrieli Towers in the background

Is it worth taking a tour guide to visit the top museums in Tel Aviv?

The answer depends. If you live here as I do, then you have enough time to explore the wonderful variety of Tel Aviv museums at your leisure.

But if you are here on a brief visit, then my answer is yes. A guide can help you get around between the museums, and focus on your interests, making the best of your short stay in Tel Aviv.

And even if you've visited these museums in the past, a guide will help you will see things you might have overlooked on your own. 

Book a private guided tour covering the best Tel Aviv museums 

Museums Tel Aviv Tour Description

In this one day tour, you'll get to see the best museums Tel Aviv has to offer, covering:

  • Beit Hatfutsot - Museum of the Jewish People 
  • Tel Aviv Museum of Art 
  • the Israeli Museum and Rabin Center
  • ... or you can consult with our guide and choose your preferred Tel Aviv museums for your one day guided tour

So what do you see on our classic museums tour?

First Stop on Museums Tel Aviv Tour 
Beit Hatfutsot - Museum of the Jewish People 

First stop on your museum tour is the Museum of the Jewish People, “Beit Hatefutsot” in Hebrew. ‎

This museum is truly unique, telling the ongoing and incredible story of the Jewish ‎people, from the days of King David three thousand years ago till today.

The stories ‎are told in video, special exhibits, sound, sculpture and interactive displays. ‎

We will walk through museum 'gates' learning about the amazing diversity of ‎Jewish life and traditions around the world from places as diverse as Poland - 

Beit Hatfutsot  photo of jewish life in typical Polish town 1919 Sokolow Malopolski

Ethiopia -

Jewish pupils in Ethiopia 1965

and more...

There are exhibitions covering different aspects of Jewish life such as Family, Community, and Faith, with eighteen authentic models of synagogues from as far back as 2,000 years ago.

The last section is Return to Zion Gate, which depicts Jews yearning for the land of Israel ‎through the centuries, the establishment of modern day Zionism and the waves of Aliyah ‎‎(immigration) that led  to the establishment of the State of Israel.‎

There is a also a great exhibit for kids called 'Heroes - Trailblazers of the Jewish People.'

Kids exhibit Heroes Jewish Trailblazers at Beit Hatfutsot Museum of the Jewish people in Tel Aviv

Museums Tel Aviv Tour
Tel Aviv Museum of Art

outdoor scultpture at the entrance to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art

The next stop of the tour is the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

If you want ‎to go to just one classic art museum while in Israel, make it this one!

The tour will lead through Museum's main art collections, that range from old masters such as this Pieter Brueghel the Younger painting from 1610 'The Outdoor Wedding' -

Pieter Brueghel the Younger painting The Outdoor Wedding at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art

through to today's contemporary art.

The impressionist and post-impressionist collections are first-class, and there is art representing most of the major ‎movements of the modern art era: ‎Fauvism, Expressionism, Cubism, Russian Constructivism and ‎Surrealism.

The museum has the largest collection in the world of Israeli art, such as this 1920's scene from life in Israel "Resting at Noon" painted by Nahum Gutman.

Resting at Noon - by Nahum Gutman at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art

The tour will also take you  through the new Herta and Paul ‎Amir Building of the Museum which is both a visual and architectural masterpiece. ‎

Before leaving the museum, you can stop and enjoy a short break at the Museum ‎cafe.‎

Museums Tel Aviv Tour
Israeli Museum - Yitzhak Rabin Center

Israeli Museum - Yitzhak Rabin Center in Tel Aviv

The third and final stop of the tour is the Israeli Musuem and Yitzhak Rabin Center.

At thhe Rabin center, via photography and films, you will be exposed to  the biography and legacy of the late Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin whose life ‎was cut short in 1995 by the devastating assassination. ‎

In parallel, the Israeli Museum explores the history of Israel ‎via exhibits, each one focused on historical turning points in the country’s ‎development.

As we slowly descend a downward spiral, we will be immersed in these two parallel stories: the biography of Yitzhak Rabin, juxtaposed with the history of Israel and Israeli society, its conflicts, social ‎challenges and the dilemmas the country faced and continues to faces.

view of the city of Tel Aviv from the observation terrace at the Israeli museum and Rabin Center

Finally, at the Observation Terrace we'll see a spectacular view of Tel Aviv.‎

Tel Aviv Museum Tour Details:

  • Five hour tour 
  • Pickup / Dropoff at your Tel Aviv hotel ($10 surcharge for hotels in Herzliya and Netanya)
  • Tourist Class Car with Guide / Driver  $ 310 
  • Prices do not include lunch and complimentary gratuity

Book Your Tour HERE

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