6 Museums & Galleries found in Western Galille
The Bar-David Museum, dedicated to arts and Judaica, is located in Kibbutz Baram, on the Israeli northern border two kilometers from the Ancient Synagogue in Baram National Park . The museum bears the name of its donors, Moshe and Tova Bar-David, of blessed memory, and is dedicated to the Jews of Brezezany, who perished in the Holocaust.
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The Carmel Heritage Center derives from the vision of Rajaa Keis Mansur, a Druze woman who seeks to present the magnificent Druze culture to the Israeli public and locals with the story of the Isfiya village as it was before the state of Israel was established, the Jewish and Druze connection in the Carmel at that time and their connection today, personal stories of the pioneers of the village and the development of the Druze women at Isfiya and in general.
The museum is located inside the north-eastern walls of old Acre. A beautiful and rare collection which gives an insight into the fabric of life in the Galilee during the 19th and the beginning of the 20th centuries.
Delart – the studio and gallery for the art of ceramics and gourds (dried pumpkins) opened on Moshav Betzet, north of Nahariya and right next to Rosh Hanikra. In the gallery you will find ceramic sculptures made by the artist Nitzhuna Blaustein, who has been a sculpturess for the past 30 years and also a certified teacher from the Wizo institute of Art in Haifa. In addition there are original gourd works by her son Yair.
Established in 1984, Madatech- the Israel National Museum of Science, Technology and Space is housed in two historic landmark buildings in mid-town Haifa. Designed, at the turn of the century, by renowned German Jewish architect, Alexander Baerwald, these were home to the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel’s first institution of higher education.
An art gallery