Museum Of PsalmsCurrently Closed
- Address: Chabad 56, Jerusalem, the old city, Israel
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +972-26230025
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids, Specialty Museum
Museum Of Psalms - Review
The Museum of Psalms contains 150 palms depicted in sync with art-works made by artist Moshe Tzvi Berger. The artist completed all the 150 palms in over 15 years.
The Psalms have a vital role in not just Jewish liturgy and practices but also showcases a rather spiritual appeal which can be appreciated by any one who visits- regardless of their religion or beliefs. Do notice how the artist has spun a rather beautiful, modern, psychedelic interpretation of the Psalms.
Museum Of Psalms Ticket Prices
- The Museum admission is free but a 10 NIS donation per person is recommended.
Museum Of Psalms Hours
- Hours are subject to change. Please call ahead of your visit.
How To reach Museum Of Psalms by Public Transport
- By Bus: At Kishla / Armenian Patriarchate
- By Light Rail: At City Hall
- By Taxi
- By renting a Bike
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Museum Of Psalms, Jerusalem Reviews
Purchased two fine prints from there last year. LOVE them. Had some issues with the free shipping home however, it took months and several calls, emails and finally temporarily stopping the credit card charge to receive them. Shopkeeper said it was the mail service. But it is still not resolved, I have not receive all of the items I have paid for. Left out of the purchase were 3 items: a book and 2 Mezuzahs. Still waiting one full year later.
I love this museum!! A spiritual experience. The feeling is amazing. The art is beautiful!
Very beautiful small museum with a nice guide
Lovely place, I personally appreciated the art even though I usually didn't resonate with that form or style. On top of that, I was struck by the sensitivity of the management and the insistence and faithfulness in maintaining the place to pass on a message. I visited and had a conversation with the Orthodox Jewish man watching the place, who was very righteous in the way he responded to my words. If there was anything I remember from there, it was that man's righteousness and the balance between gevurah and chesed in his reactions.
This place will change your life