The Ruth Youth and Art Education Wing initiates, plans, and produces cultural programs and events for children, families, and adults. Produced in conjunction with the Museum's exhibitions, the programs are designed to broaden the horizons of the participants.
All programs are in Hebrew unless otherwise indicated.
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Ongoing and special programs and events for adults
Behind the Scenes - a series of lectures that take a different look at the Museum. Monday evenings.
Fridays at the Museum - fascinating monthly meetings with teachers and scholars on topics ranging from Japanese contemporary art to 21st-century architecture
Birthdays and Get-Togethers for Adults
Come celebrate in the renewed galleries, Art Garden, Archaeological Tell, or Model of Jerusalem in the Second Temple Period: whether you are celebrating a birthday, class reunion, Silver Anniversary, or another occasion, we will create an entertaining
program specially suited to your company.
All educational and cultural activities for the public taking place in the Museum are within the framework of THE SANDRA ROTMAN CULTURAL PROGRAM
The encounter with works from the Museum during the guided tour brings them to life, enriching their cultural context and the visitor's emotional experience. The renewed Museum offers a large selection of activities and tours adapted to each group.
To arrange guided tours for groups: Tel. 670-8884, Fax 670-8076, call Emilia Vid; NIS 50 per person (includes admission to Museum - regular admission is NIS 48)
Tours of Temporary Exhibitions
Take a guided tour of any of the 30+ exhibitions and special exhibits held in the Museum during the year.
Group Tours for Special Education Groups
For reservations, call Timnah Shachar at 677-1379; Fax 670-8976; email@example.com
Read the Museum's online journal, Platforma, from the Ruth Youth and Art Education Wing.
Programs and Events are Subject to Change
Please note that programs and events are subject to change. Please check the Today in the Museum calendar for updates or phone 670-8813, 670-8960 before visiting the Museum.