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The museum is a tribute to a great hero of the Jewish people - ze'ev jabotinsky. The museum is a... read more

Reviewed 6 November 2017
lorne f
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Good intro on Jabotinsky

If you don't know much about Jabotinsky, this museum is a good place to start. It mainly offers two... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2016
Chicago, Illinois
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31 Aug 2017
“Jabotinsky Institute and Etzel Museum”
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Reviewed 6 November 2017 via mobile

The museum is a tribute to a great hero of the Jewish people - ze'ev jabotinsky. The museum is a little dated, but there is a movie that tells his life story and describes his ideals. He was a great Zionist leader whose thoughts and...More

1  Thank lorne f
Reviewed 31 August 2017 via mobile

We have visited Jabotinsky Institute because my friend had told us about it. Building is pretty old but exhibition, like in Begin Center, is created from movies about Zeev Jabotinsky. With ticktes from Institute you can visit also Etzel Museum. There is also movie about...More

Thank Paweł P
Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

Any person that wants to learn more about the teachings of Jabotinsky and the movements of the Revisionists should this Museum. See the exhibition and watch the presentation and also ist the Etzel Museum.

Thank gingithaifa
Reviewed 28 July 2016 via mobile

We arrived to see the irgun museum during official open hours but the museum was closed. The manager was on holiday and all the guides were on courses. During school holidays. The indifferent man at the entrance had no idea what was going on. Totally...More

Thank jezzie123
Reviewed 25 May 2016

We really liked this museum about the life of Jabotinsky and his followers and the freedom fighters. There are two movies, available in a variety of languages. My husband I were the only ones there and we had the whole place to ourselves. The basement...More

2  Thank Dina F
Reviewed 18 April 2016

If you don't know much about Jabotinsky, this museum is a good place to start. It mainly offers two movies, one an imagined conversation between Jabotinksy and his son, summarizing his life, as well as a movie about the clandestine attempts to bring Jewish immigrants...More

1  Thank Mirgen2013
Reviewed 15 January 2015

Centerpiece of museum is two creative film exhibits. Both dial up the corniness, though -- one with a fictitious conversation between Jabotinsky and his son, after Jabotinsky's death; and the other with a fictionalized account of boats bringing Jews to Israel past the British blockade,...More

Thank Carl B
Reviewed 22 September 2014

independence is a very subjective political issue and I felt it throughout the visit. Happened to visit with a friends following a Lonely Planet rec he got, and I never visited before so it was a nice experience. The relevance to current day events is...More

Thank Boaz Y
Reviewed 25 February 2013

This fascinating museum, focussing on the activities of the paramilitary Irgun group, makes for a difficult visit from a British perspective (rather as if one was visiting a museum glorifying the activities of the Provisional IRA). No doubt in a few decades time, Hamas will...More

3  Thank Bielding
Reviewed 27 December 2011

This museum presents some interesting pieces of Israeli history. See the video exhibits! And make sure you see both parts of the museum, although it has two entrances. The Lonely Planet guide says it's free, but it's not anymore (not expensive, though).

4  Thank zquirrel
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