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Don’t miss the chance to check out local museums with free admissions for kids

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April 6, 2017 14:29
Tower of David

At the Tower of David. (photo credit: RICKY RACHMAN)

 
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It has been a long and cold winter, but now the birds have started chirping and we have some beautiful sunny days ahead of us. This Passover you have time to explore museums, art activities, extreme sports, culinary tours and special Passover festivals. I suggest you plan ahead and make reservations in advance.

Don’t miss the chance to check out local museums with free admissions for kids. Sponsored by Bank Hapoalim the following sites will be opening their doors at no charge: Bible Lands Museum, Jerusalem Botanical Gardens, Hasmonean Aqueduct at East Talpiot, City of David Festival, Menachem Begin Heritage Center Museum and the Museum of Islamic Art.

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