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This little gem of a museum had a lot of interesting artefacts, old tools, beautiful inlaid furniture and more. It's not a big museum, but there's plenty to see. Also, the guy working at the front desk was really nice and helpful, and was eager...More
A good stop after walking the Akko wall. Things that were displayed or replicated showed the early life of Yzrael when things were short. It showed the good adaptability to survive and making things work
The museum is really filled with treasures: objects culled from homes and buildings. Most are everyday items that were actually used by ordinary people. Some will be familiar to everyone because they are recognizeable no matter where you come from. We enjoyed the hour we...More
I liked the museum a lot.
You have to either like antiques and collectibles, or like "the good ole days".
If you have kids with you it can be quite interesting for them to see how things were made in days gone by.
Hidden away in the old Acre Walls is this small, but beautiful little museum of life in Acre. It not big with major exhibits. It is professionally run and you can feel the love that curators had in collecting the items for display. Everything is...More
filled with all things of life past. It is a wonderful trip down memory lane. There items there that show how life was like for hat makers, shoemakers, the carpenter and leather maker. Is life easier with modern appliance...you decide. Enjoy and the builidng is...More
The farming, smithy, leather makers and inhabitants of Galilee in the early 20th century. The Museum is small, consisting of a row of objects in display cases with small displays of the furniture of a smithy, dentist office at the of each row. The title...More