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This is a small part of Tel Aviv museum. Usually free entrance. Check about the current exhibition. Some time it can be more interesting from the ones at the main Museum. The Helena R. is also located better than the main building specially for tourists......More
This small space is hosting great modern exhibitions. Every few month it is renewing
The space is friendly and at right size.
There is a fix exhibit of old doll houses which is magical. (1st floor)
From there you can walk to Rothshiled...More
We went to the Helena Rubenstein Pavilion with no expectations as to what sort of exhibits would be there. Well there was only one exhibit and it was some bizarre showing of mostly very small manikins in creepy set up. There were no other exhibits...More
This museum have a nice selection of art work. There are many Israeli artist that have their art exhibit there.also there are periodical exhibition from all around the word. The building itself in buetiful and tgecwatervin
Location is great. Very easy to go with public...More
Entrance to this exhibition was extremely difficult to find, and well meaning people sent me in all different directions. It was a very hot day, and when I finally the place, I asked the man at the reception desk where I could get a cold...More
I have only seen the outside of the Pavilion, and unless you come for seeing a show, it is nice just to sit around and have coffee, or a carrot juice as real Israelis love to drink anytime of the day. Good sitting anywhere as...More
Really exciting the see the creativity in the artists currently showing. One a series of phantom drumming to different music. Phantom meaning no drummer, just the sticks tapping away to the beat without any physical attachment to anything it would seem. There is an electric...More
Please be aware that this is a very small museum, so you really want to know if the exhibit is of interest to you before you go. We were there yesterday and the exhibit they had while well done,was not to my taste - oh...More
A smaller museum with changing exhibits located in back of the main theatre in Habimah Square. During my visit 5 avant-guard, thought provoking short films were playing. Each approx 20 min you go thru a maze of separate room to find each film. Seating in...More