The Israel Children’s Museum, Holon

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The Israeli Children’s Museum provides unique learning experiences that are one-of-a-kind in Israel.

Since it opened in 2001, more than two million visitors of all ages have passed through its doors. The museum offers a variety of adventurous activities to encourage learning around emotional intelligence, tolerance, and acceptance.

The museum’s fundamental purpose is to create understanding and dialogue between children from a young age. The museum uses interactive exhibitions that are themselves an experience, making it appealing and relatable to all visitors.

The museum is an unforgettable experience designed to take visitors on a fascinating adventure through the world of imagination and communication.

Mission statement

Our Vision is that children and adults have the potential to be and learn almost anything via experience. They can learn how to address one another with respect and interest, understand the difficulties of others who live with disabilities, and find new ways to communicate with those who are different.

The Israeli Children’s Museum has set as a goal to promote tolerance, respectful dialogue, and non-violent communication between all Israeli children of all backgrounds and ethnicities. Their respect for one another is the very heart of our future relations as a nation.

visitor information

The museum’s exhibits are open as follows:

  • Dialogue in the dark: Sunday through Thursday and Saturdays.
  • Invitation to silence: Sunday through Thursday.

All exhibits are suitable for different age groups. Babies are not permitted to enter the activities.

English tour schedule for special exhibits:

Scheduling of ‘Dialogue in the dark’ and ‘Invitation to silence’ is updated regularly on the museum’s website. Only guided tours are on offer, so booking is essential. For availability and reservations, please use the museum’s online booking system.

The young children trails are open on Saturdays and school vacations (Hebrew tours only). English tours can be arranged for 4 or more participants.

Peres Park, Holon

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