Israel Museum
Photo courtesy of Israel Museum
Bible Lands Museum
Photo courtesy of Bible Lands Museum
Gan Guru
Photo: GPO
Neot Kedumim
Photo: GPO

On Passover: Free admission to numerous attractions

Bank Hapoalim project enables Israelis to visit 45 museums, zoos and parks free of charge throughout holiday. Start planning your vacation!

Dozens of museums and touristic sites will be opened to visitors free of charge during the upcoming Pesach holiday, as part of a special project sponsored by Bank Hapoalim.


Among the 45 free attractions are the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the Haifa Museum, the Israel Air Force Museum in Hatzerim and the Hai Bar in Yotvata.


Bank Hapoalim Chairman Danny Dankner explained that the bank values the importance of bringing Israelis closer to their heritage and culture. "The bank's board decided to hold the project this year as well, despite the grave financial reality, and enable parents and their children to enjoy during Passover, while enriching their knowledge on culture and heritage."


Among the participating sites:


  • Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv
  • Rubin Museum, Tel Aviv
  • Gan Guru – Gan Hashlosha National Park
  • Haifa Zoo
  • Latrun Yad-Lashiryon museum
  • Yad Mordechai
  • Ya'ar Haayalim (Deer Forest)
  • Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem
  • Beth Hatefutsoth Museum
  • Joe Alon Center in the Negev
  • First Aliyah Museum
  • Bloomfield Science Museum Jerusalem
  • Herzliya Museum
  • Israel Air Force Museum
  • Haifa Museum of Art
  • National Maritime Museum in Haifa
  • Israel Museum in Jerusalem
  • Umm al-Famh Museum of Art
  • Ghetto Fighters' Museum
  • Nahum Gutman Museum, Tel Aviv
  • Ein Hod Museum
  • Ein Harod Museum
  • Golan Antiquities Museum, Katzrin Park
  • Ramat Gan Museum of Israeli Art
  • Tel Aviv Museum of Art
  • Neot Kedumim
  • Various national parks
  • And more…


The project takes place throughout the Passover weekdays. For more details: 03-6066864


פרסום ראשון: 03.30.09, 11:44
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