Excellent. An amazing record of a very difficult time for the struggle to create the state of Israel
This museum is one of the most interesting I have visited in a long time. I was particularly happy to be able to explore the interiors of so many vessels. The submarines and torpedoes being a favourites (since I work as a designer on these and related things). The Clandestine Immigration part of the museum is also fascinating. But do... More
this was a great excperience. the kids loved it and i enjoyed it too!! it is well done and the tour is a great chance to learn history . the visit on the submarine and the missile ship was a hit!! they can clime touch, fantastic.!! they did not was to leave!! Note- part of is is outdise so it... More
I was trying to show my two teenagers a bit abour Jewish history but we were denied access because we didn't have our passports since it's a site controlled by the Ministry of Defense. They wouldn't accept other forms of ID. The ships are on the outside of the museum entrance so you cna visit those but this experience put... More
Gives an in-depth account of the history. Not the most modern museum, but educational. It lists all the names of ships that participated and info about each. If any of your relatives came over then, you can get more info about the trips.
This museum tells the story of the post WWII immigration to Israel and the camps in Cyprus that were the way station for many who wanted to get to Israel. Also loved the history of the Navy at the museum. Showed the resourcesfullness of the early Israelis and the success as the country grew.
If you have an hour to spare while in Haifa head to this modest museum. In the museum one can see the history of the clandestine immigration of Jews to their homeland (on that topic also see the Atlit Detention Camp 10 miles south of Haifa), and board the navy ships as well- among them a submarine!!! The kids will... More
This museum is very niche to the Israeli Navy and may be engaging for those who are interested in naval or military history. The outdoor portion is more interesting as you can actually touch and climb the actual ships and touch the weaponry. Makes for a good stop over on your way to the Bat H Galim Promonade or the... More
The history of this museum is fascinating and we learned a lot about the WWII time period in Israeli immigration. However, the exhibit itself is a little tired and dated.
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