Passover in Israel is time to see museums for free

The sites will be free of charge Sunday-Thursday, April 21-25. Sunday-Wednesday will feature full days of operation, and Thursday will offer a half-day of activity.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
April 16, 2019 01:47
The Holon Design Museum will offer free entry during the intermediate days of Passover

The Holon Design Museum will offer free entry during the intermediate days of Passover. (photo credit: ELAD SARIG)

 
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Thirty museums and heritage sites across Israel will offer free entry during the intermediate days of Passover, thanks to the sponsorship of Bank Hapoalim.

This is the 15th year for the “Bank Hapoalim for Culture, Nature and Beauty” event, in which hundreds of thousands of Israelis can enjoy spending time at museums and heritage sites without spending money.

This year, a number of innovative sites have been added to the list, including Lunada, Israel’s first interactive children’s museum in Beersheba; the Olympic Experience in Tel Aviv, whose athletes Bank  Hapoalim supports throughout the year; and the Beta Israel Village, an  experiential Ethiopian village in Kiryat Gat that aims to preserve and  endow the legacy of Ethiopian Jewry.


The sites will be free of charge Sunday-Thursday, April 21-25. Sunday-Wednesday will feature full days of operation, and Thursday will offer a half-day of activity.      

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