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The Museum has on display collections of original ancient instruments and proposes a fascinating tour that incorporates unique interactive content using hi-tech. Here you can experience the creation of this tradition in an exciting tour guided by...more
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Very nice place , authentic music tools from all over the world. The museum has several rooms which every room represent the origin . The visit takes about an hour and it nice to do during day walk in the streets of jerusalem.
What a lovely museum. Very beautiful laid out. Interactive iPads available although we took a guided tour through. Decor is stunning, layout lovely. A hidden gem of a museum suitable for all ages. The virtual reality of the Temple was excellent.
A short walk in the charming pedestrian mall of the Nahlaot neighbourhood from "HaKhatulot" Square leads you to this charming museum, where nothing in its entrance hints at its contents.
It is a relatively small museum that provides a tour of one and a half...More
There are many stringed instruments. You can hear what they sound like. It shows that the proprietors love music and went to great lengths and expense. But take time to use the dispensible mouth pieces to try out the shofars etc. Also, the virtual reality...More
Museum is located in an alley off a main street. Easy to get to by public transportation and a wonderful vegan restaurant half a block in the alley.Try to get a tour because the hand held devices are not sufficient. So many string instruments and...More
As others have said, this is a collection of instruments, many of them exotic. Many of them don’t seem to have any connection to Jewish music (one is from Vietnam, one is labeled as a Bedouin instrument) or if there is a connection, it was...More
The exhibits are of the musical instruments that Jewish people have taken with them throughout, and/or adopted during the diaspora BUT the most compelling aspect of this museum is that you can hear ALL of the instruments being played in the historic context of hebrew...More
I was looking forward to a museum where I would learn about the development of Jewish music. I thought I would learn about different genres and maybe hear snippets of music throughout the ages. Wouldn't it even be fun to have an exhibit about Jewish...More