Visit Tel Aviv
Don’t miss the Discover Jaffa Free Walking Tour on Friday evening!
The New Tel-Aviv Museum of Art
The New Tel Aviv Museum of Art
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is Israel’s largest art museum, with a large collection of permanent exhibits as well as temporary exhibits. The Museum opened in 1932, before even the state of Israel was established, and a new wing opened in 2011. The museum shows the works of both Israeli and international artists including impressionism and post-
impressionism. Permanently on display include the works of Cezanne, Chagall, Dali, Monet, Henri Moore, Auguste Rodin, Archipenko, Picasso,
Klimt, and Kadinsky. If you want to go to just one traditional art museum when in Israel, make it this one!
Sarona is a newly renovated complex in the heart of Tel Aviv. Originally a German Templar Colony, the site sits at the heart of what is a new central business district of the city. Offices and apartments surround this beautifully landscaped complex, in which 33 original Templar buildings dating up to more than 140 years have been painstakingly restored, and today house boutique stores, artist galleries, quaint cafes, and some of the city’s hottest restaurants and bars. Opened in early 2014, Sarona has quickly gained a reputation as one of Tel Aviv’s most popular spots.
In between Kaplan and HaArba Streets.
Thousands of years of history come together in Jaffa, one of the world’s oldest cities and the birthplace of Tel Aviv. Old Jaffa, with its Old Port, markets, restaurants and unique atmosphere, is a top destination for visitors of the city. Enjoy shopping at the flea market, tasting legendary humus, or browsing through galleries and museums.
Today, local fisherman still use the harbor, and the main hangars of the port have been restored and include art galleries, cafés, restaurants, various shops, and the “NaLaga’at Center” – a unique artistic complex operated by the deaf and blind community.
Click above to view /download pdf with places to visit in Tel-Aviv organised by areas.