40 museums open for free this week during Passover

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 5, 2015 20:58

 
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Every year on Passover, as part of its social program Bank Hapoalim subsidizes free admission to more than 40 museums, heritage sites and national parks throughout the country. The sites include some of the most prestigious museums in Israel, as well as many lesser- known museums and national parks.

The program is very popular, so expect long lines and crowds.

The Bible Lands Museum in Jerusalem and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art are two of the bigger venues in the promotion, while Katzrin Park and the Museum of Beduin Culture are two of the lesser- known options.

The event is taking place today through April 9. For a full list of participating sites: www.bankhapoalim.co.il/ event/passover.html.

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