Visit the museum
The Palmach Museum is an experiential museum, covering the Palmach legacy through the stories of individuals and groups. Visitors to the museum join the group of young Palmach recruits from its establishment, and advanced through the story of the Palmach until the end of the War of Independence.
The manner of presentation is extremely innovative. There are no displays or documents, but rather an account of a fascinating personal story accompanied by three-dimensional decor, films and various effects incorporating documentary materials.
The visit, which is conducted in groups, correlates with the structure of the presentation, set out as a series of events, and symbolizing the Palmach team spirit.
The tour commences and ends in the memorial hall for Palmach warriors who died fighting for establishment of the state of Israel.
Visit to the museum must be pre-arranged. The tour is carried out in groups of up to 25 people (individuals visitors will be pre-arranged into groups).
The tour is for children over 6 years only.
The length of the tour is 90 minutes. The presentation is in Hebrew. English, Spanish, French, Russian, and Mandarin Chinese speakers will be provided with a translation through headphones.
The Museum opening hours: Sun, Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri - By pre-arranged visits only!
30 NIS for adults. 20 NIS for school children and pensioners (payment is by cash, check or credit card).
10 Haim Levanon st. Ramat-Aviv, Tel-Aviv
P.O. Box 65080 Tel-Aviv, 61650
Book a visit:
Mailing address: The Palmach Museum, Departmentent of Museums, Ministry of Defense,
P.O.B. 952 Kiryat-Ono 55108.
Bus routes: all routes reaching the Tel-Aviv University, parking is available at the Eretz Israel Museum's parking areas, situated adjacent to the Palmach Museum.
Driving directions: Take No. 20 Highway ("Netivay Ayalon" - Ayalon freeway). Exit at Rokach West. After 1 Km. drive, turn right to Namir road and after about 200m. turn right again at Levanon St. (passing the Eretz-Israel Museum) and the Palmach Museum is at No. 10 Levanon St.