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National Maritime Museum

198 Derekh Allenby | Hadar, Haifa 3547206, Israel
+972 4-853-6622
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An interesting tour in the Maritime Museum

We participated in a guided tour that lasted an hour and a half in this small museum. (Entrance... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Inamarom
old maps, navigation devices, model ships, archaeology items

Wonderful place for everyone that grew up on adventure books (pirates, whalers, explorers). Ancient... read more

Reviewed 14 April 2017
Heifait
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Haifa, Israel
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This museum traces the history of seafaring and the development of shipbuilding in the Middle East featuring exhibits and a rich collection of maritime mythology, Greco-Roman coins, stamps, modern seafaring, naval battles and special emphasis on Jewish seafaring.
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198 Derekh Allenby | Hadar, Haifa 3547206, Israel
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We participated in a guided tour that lasted an hour and a half in this small museum. (Entrance fee, tour at no extra cost). The guide was very knowledgeable about the marine history of the region and of the world. On the top floor, we...More

Thank Inamarom
Reviewed 14 April 2017

Wonderful place for everyone that grew up on adventure books (pirates, whalers, explorers). Ancient anchors several thousand years old, Greek statues, Roman mosaics, amphoras from the seabed, navigation devices of Age of Discovery, pirates' cutlasses jf various ages and nations. Activities for kids as well.

Thank Heifait
Reviewed 14 November 2016

This museum has rare centuries old artifacts detailing trade in the Mediterranean. Definitely worth seeing for those interested in development of shipping and bronze age

Thank CStrauss213
Reviewed 23 October 2016

The museum is pretty small but yet interesting. I wouldn't come here just for this museum, but combined with the Israeli Navy museum it's a good half-day activity.

Thank Michael K
Reviewed 18 October 2016

We were headed to the Navy museum that is close by, however it was close so we've entered the Maritime museum instead and it was wonderful. The pirates section is exited and children loved it. The unique findings are amazing. It just looks boring, however...More

Thank gtsabary
Reviewed 12 September 2016

I thought this sounded like a really boring museum, and oh was I ever wrong! It's the entire history of everything maritime in one of the oldest and historically rich parts of the world! Part archaeology museum, part anthropological/ ethnographic, part Pirates! They have awesome...More

Thank nic_talks_travel
Reviewed 16 August 2016

There is a curious mix of displays in this museum. There is the hostory of seafaring, especially Israeli marine history. But you also find mosaics from archeological digs in the area, and some incredibly old artefacts from 1500 BC - 4500 years old. You also...More

Thank GlobetrottingViking
Reviewed 19 May 2016 via mobile

Enjoy Israel's maritime ships. And marvel at their technology. It is a learning experience for the whole family.

Thank nicathetraveler
Reviewed 1 May 2016

We were disappointed with this museum, which us in an older buikding and not modern nor up-to-date (lighting etc). There are a number of large models of boats which are interesting to look at, for a moment. There are exhibits and displays of findings from...More

Thank Buc_Haish
Reviewed 2 April 2016

These are two museums dedicated to the sea. The first one is more to sea the vessels, even to enter some of them. And the second one is a real museum with archaeological and historical artifacts.

Thank Nadezhda D
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