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Negev Museum of Art

60 Ha atzmaut Road | P.O.B 5011, Beersheba 84150, Israel
+972 8-699-3535
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60 Ha atzmaut Road | P.O.B 5011, Beersheba 84150, Israel
+972 8-699-3535
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Reviewed 19 January 2017

The Negev museum, changing exhibitions of modern art while in the other building you can enjoy an exhibition of islamic art. A beautiful place to visit and for artists to exhibit.

Thank Aliza T
Reviewed 2 October 2016

It took my husband and I two trips into the old part of Be'er Sheva to actually get inside (it was closed on Sunday), but it was worth a visit. The museum consists of two buildings: each you can visit separately, or buy a ticket...More

Thank pax1065
Reviewed 25 August 2016

I only explored the Middle Eastern culture section of this museum but it was beautiful!! Lovely courtyard and even though its only one main room, considering the fairly cheap ticket, it was an excellent main exhibit. Definitely worth a visit if you have a quiet...More

Thank Joanna B
Reviewed 27 July 2016

The Negev Museum of Art is located in the Old City of Beer Sheva, in a charming historic building that was used in the past as home to the Turkish governor, during the Ottoman reign in Israel. The structure was built in 1906 next to...More

Thank Lev D
Reviewed 14 March 2016

Found this via a Bedouin friendly Israeli website - Bedouin experience. Sleeping on mats with the family and eating with them. Great host - and a western toilet.

Thank David H
Reviewed 5 January 2016

Exhibits on 2 floors by 4 different artists on the theme "Without Flour" (Without flour there is no Torah, that is, you have to provide material support for spiritual/religious work). Two of the exhibits featured short films. I probably spent less than an hour there...More

1  Thank Orrin K
Reviewed 1 September 2015

This litle museum is lovely. Great examples of Arab world rugs... but, when I went, the Israeli side was closed...so sad.

1  Thank Elliott O
Reviewed 13 August 2015

We were looking for the artist house which is free, and somehow ended up here. Displays what they call modern art - tissue paper cut in to balls and called art. Extremely poor display of anything. The synagogue across the way was more interesting. Don't...More

Thank Karen R
Reviewed 12 July 2015

If you want to know the Negev, visit this place. A store house of knowledge both ancient and recent, it gives a clear picture of the region, it's arts, crafts and history. Building itself itself is a historical place, this place is a jewel in...More

Thank Amarendra D
Reviewed 30 June 2015 via mobile

The museum is not too big with mainly 2 exhebishions. One is paintings and the other is old rugs. Ok but not too much. The main issue is the old Mosque that the museum is inside. This place is from the times that the Turkish...More

Thank Sktriper
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