Israel Museum Tours

Founded in 1965, the Israel Museum in Jerusalem ranks as the largest cultural institution in Israel and one of the world’s top archaeology and art museums. The extensive collection of nearly half a million objects, which contains works spanning from prehistory to today, is divided into Fine Arts, Archaeology, Jewish Art and Life collections and includes the world’s most extensive collection of biblical and Holy Land archaeological pieces.

Within the galleries and exhibits of the recently upgraded 20-acre museum campus, visitors will find find the Shrine of the Book where the Dead Sea Scrolls are kept, as well as the Billy Rose Art Garden, considered among the best outdoor sculpture gardens of the twentieth century. Sculptures by masters like Pablo Picasso, Auguste Rodin and Henry Moore are scattered throughout.

Practical Info

English audio guides for several permanent exhibitions, including the Shrine of the Book, are included in the admission fee.
Address: 11 Ruppin Boulevard, Jerusalem 71117, Israel
Hours: Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 10am-5pm; Tuesday 4pm-9pm; Friday 10am-2pm; Saturday 10am-5pm
Admission: Adults/Children 54/27 NIS
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