Herzl Museum20 Votes Currently Open
- Address: Herzl Blvd, Jerusalem, Israel Map
- Timings: 08:45 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +972-26321515
- Ticket Price: 25 ILS
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museums, Family And Kids, Specialty Museums
The Herlz Museum is dedicated to Binyamin Ze’ev Herzl and pays tribute to his vision of the Zionist movement.
With the suppression of Jews during the Second World War, Herzl was one of the most iconic leaders of the idea to have a Jewish state.
See a fantastic collection of audio-visuals dedicated to the man and his life’s work along with important documents, original photos and other personal belonging like diaries, and postcards.
Entrance Ticket Details For Herzl Museum
- Adults: 25 NIS per person
- Children to age 6: Free when accompanied by an adult
- Children from age 6 / soldier’s students / senior citizens: 20 NIS per person
- Youth and army groups (over 20 persons): 15 NIS per person
- Adult groups (over 20 persons): 20 NIS per person
Herzl Museum Hours
- For other timings, visit the official website or call up the place.
- Sunday – Wednesday: Last tour at 5:00 pm
- Thursday: Last tour at 7:00 pm
How to Reach Herzl Museum
- Bus: At Mt. Herzl LRT Station
- Light Rail: At Mount Herzel
- By Taxi
- By renting a Bike
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- Herzl Museum Address: Herzl Blvd, Jerusalem, Israel
- Herzl Museum Contact Number: +972-26321515
- Herzl Museum Timing: 08:45 am - 06:00 pm
- Herzl Museum Price: 25 ILS
- Time required to visit Herzl Museum: 01:00 Hrs
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0.78% of people who visit Jerusalem include Herzl Museum in their plan
66.67% of people start their Herzl Museum visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Herzl Museum
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