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Bibleland Museum

Bibleland Museum

About
The Biblelands Museum, founded by Dr. Elie Borowski (1913 - 2003) is a center for cultural and educational programming. It is the only museum in the world displaying the history of the biblical period in the various lands of the Bible. In just six years the museum has produced numerous outstanding special exhibitions.

 

  Contact Biblelands Museum                                        Avraham Granot 25, Jerusalem, Israel

  +972 2 561 1066 
                      

 

 

 

Museum Guided Tours
Guided tours are offered daily in English and in Hebrew.
Wednsday afternons in Russian and German
Additional languages and private groups by advance reservation.
 

 

 

More at the Museum... Once in a Lifetime
Bar / Bat Mitzvah in the Bible Lands Museum
Designed by our innovative educational staff, and tailored to the Bar / Bat Mitzvah's Parashot Hashavuah or Haftarah, the bar / Bat Mitzvah program offers families a unique and enriching experience. The program incorporates an exclusive tour of the museum's exquisite collection of artifacts related to the Bible and culminates in a hands-on creative workshop. Advance reservations are required.
 

 

Celebrate a Birthday at The Museum
Come and celebrate a magical birthday in a world of ancient cultures.The museum hosts birthday celebrations with a selection of topics that combine activities and unique creative experiences. For children ages of 5-10.

 

Birthdays include: an invitation to a banquet, a feast in honor of the birthday boy/girl according to ancient customs. King for a day: an encounter with the world of the kings of ancient Egypt. Journey through the ancient world: a pleasure cruise through the museum with the assistance of wagons, chariots and Egyptian boats

 


Opening Hours
Sun. Mon. Tues. Thurs. 09:30-17:30
Wed. 9:30-21:30
Fri. & Holiday eves 09:30-14:00

 

Getting there
Bible Lands Museum - Jerusalem Museum Row, 25 Granot Street | Bus Routes: 9, 17, 24, 99

 

 

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