With the new building, it's more charming than ever! Great giftshop.
As well as housing some great lectures there is some brilliant modern art on display in this stunningly designed building
Closed in Sunday's but still worth a visit for the architecture
Israel's first museum is also its finest source for modern art. Plenty of exhibitions spanning art & design in every form of media ensure a day's worth of musing and schmoosing.
Nice collection of modern art, some pieces are a bit shocking :-D
a highly enjoyable collection of impressionist art. there's also an exhibition of works by the amazing robert capa. don't miss it!
The best thing is not a museum shop (as it usually is) but the library: dozen of books about art + artists + history of art etc. must-spend-a-day there.
I really like this place. Loads of great art and if you get a chance check out the Robert Capa Photography exhibit. It was excellent
Fantastic exhibition of Capa photographs from WWII, the building is an experience in itself
Amazing museum with great expositions. 😍
1 top work of richter and klimt they have. The building is great, and liked this japanese artist!
Interesting photo exposition of Robert Capa at the second floor. Dedicated mostly to WWII and nearest repatriation. Lots of Marc Shagal works in the main building.
You can miss things in the museum if you're not nosy enough. More directions should be put in the old building. Exposition is amazing! The new building reminds movie Inception. Highly recommend.
Fantastic architecture of the building (the new one as well as the main building)
Architecture and the stern intelligent russian guards who are always willing to explain a bit about the exhibitions
David Reeb exhibition is very powerful, after not seeing his stuff for a while.
Don't miss the Vik Muniz exhibition downstairs!
Ask about concert in day of visiting. If you buy ticket to concert, you may visit museum without any charge.
Unless you're a big fan of contemporary art itself, don't waste your money. The Israel Museum in Jerusalem is far better.
The museum’s Herta & Paul Amir building is made up of concrete geometric surfaces that form a gleaming white triangle. A 90-foot-high internal atrium links galleries devoted to contemporary art.
Great new wing
Free entrance for children, up to 3 kids per family!!
Opening Hours: Sunday CLOSED Monday and Wednesday 10.00-16.00 Tuesday and Thursday 10.00-22.00 , Friday 10.00-14.00 , Saturday 10.00-16.00
Don’t miss the Gershuni exhibit, which captures the fascinating artistic evolution of Mosche Gershuni from his political conceptual art of the 1970’s to his present day bronze sculptures.
The pavillion dedicated to Impressionism and Post-Impressionism is very interesting
A complex geometry with an amazing central light well designed by Preston Scott Cohen. More details at:
Close at 2 pm on Friday
Gorgeous architecture (natural path and light), brilliant exhibitions. "I'm also Douglas Gordon" shaked me inside...
Skip the tired old wing and explore every corner of the new wing, which houses architecture and Israeli modern art exhibits. Separate entrance is across from the national library.
Simon and Marie Jaglom pavilion of impressionist and post-impressionist art is really impressive:) felt myself in a very good company:)
They are closing at 4 PM !!! How stupid !
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I was. Do go!
You can easily spend while away half a day in the fantastic Fine Arts Museum, located at 27 Shaul Hamelech Boulevard. We keep our guests updated on all the exhibitions going on!
Great exhibition of Yosi Breger
Was sad to discover that most days of the week, the museum closes at 4pm.
Amazing collection, from classic to modern.
The Gershuni exhibition is very recommended!
Богатая коллекция: Ван Гог, Гоген, Пикассо, Климт, Ренуар, Моне, Шагал, Писсарро и многие другие - в старом крыле. В новом крыле - современное "искусство".
Очень понравился музей, много экспозиций от современности до классики! 5+
Огромная арт-площадка, как постоянная экспозиция, так и интересные подборки временных выставок. Есть магазин сувениров и хороший ресторан "Pastel".
Музей большой, но экспозиция - не очень большая. Впрочем, если любите искусство - вам сюда!
Не плохой музей. Есть на что посмотреть. Познавательно.
Скудная коллекция: поздний Пикассо, чуточку Ван Гога, капля Шагала, Сутин, Писсаро, Дюфи. Есть пара работ Поллока, Мондриана и Кандинского. Залы современного искусства - полный отстой и деградация.
Отличный музей, нр в Иерусалиме лучше. Есть большой минус, много крикливых русских охранников
Надо смотреть расписание! Я пришла в среду в 4, а он работал до 2 часов! ((((