Larry and Mindy לארי ומינדי

We’re sticklers for Israeli heritage sites, so our visit to the Palmach Museum in Ramat Aviv went straight through to our Zionist hearts.


The Palmach House was built by the Dor HaPalmach Association, which has taken upon itself to preserve, maintain, and teach the heritage of the Palmach to the younger generations. Indeed we were very pleased to see a grandmother there with her two grandsons. The grandsons were approaching Bar Mitzvah age, and this was one of the outings their grandmother took them on.


The Palmach Museum is an experiential museum, covering the Palmach legacy through the stories of individuals and groups. Visitors to the museum join the group of young Palmach recruits from its establishment and advance through the story of the Palmach until the end of the War of Independence.


The manner of presentation is innovative and touching. There are no usual displays of endless original documents and photos, but rather an account of a fascinating personal story accompanied by three-dimensional decor, films and various effects incorporating documentary materials. The visit is conducted in groups and commences and ends in the memorial hall for the 1168 Palmach warriors who died fighting for the establishment of the State of Israel.


Visits to the museum need to be pre-arranged. The tour is carried out in groups of up to 25 people (individual visitors are pre-arranged into groups), and the length of the tour is 90 minutes.


Take yourselves – and your grandchildren – and go!

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