Due to construction of the permanent exhibition, Netanya Museum will be closed for renovation through August 2015.
Opening hours: Sunday-Thursday, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Address: City History Center, 3 McDonald St.
Museum Management: Hava Apel
Museum Office Phone: 09-8840020
The Well House
The Well House is a remnant from the Pardes Hagdud Farm, established in 1928 by members of Jewish Legions. The farm and its orchards were used as a base for Hagana activities until Israel won its independence. At the end of the 1940s the farm area was annexed to the municipality of Netanya. The refurbished well, where visitors can see the restored water pump, is a testimonial to Netanya’s beginnings. One can see the restored water pump and enjoy a local exhibition.
The Well House, end of Weizmann St., corner of Sokolov. To schedule a visit call 09-8329940.
Additional information can be obtained also from the Informal Education Association, at 09-8618515
Rotating exhibitions, Entry is free.
Address: 19 Hama’apilim Street, Netanya
Sunday – closed,
Monday, Thursday, Friday - 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Monday - Thursday - 5:00 - 8:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM
Museum of Yemenite Jews Heritage
The association for fostering society and Culture, Documentation and Research
The Museum of the Association for fostering society and culture for preserving the heritage of the Yemenite Jewry presents to the audience the cultural treasures of the Yemenite Jewry.
The museum displays historical photos of the Yemenite Jewish immigration and settlement in Israel. A spectacular display of original jewelry brought by the immigrants from Yemen. Rich displays depicting the way of life in Yemen, such as a “Mori” study room, the Yemenite kitchen, and more. A special section of the museum is dedicated to Yemenite manuscripts preserved hundreds of years in exile in Yemen.
Address: 11 Kikar HaAtzmaut Square
Activity hours: Sunday - Thursday 8:30a.m. - 2:00p.m.
Group visits can be coordinated in the afternoon hours.
The Beit Hagdudim (Jewish Legion) Museum
The history of the Jewish Legion during the First World War
Address: Moshav Avihayil
There is an entrance fee, which is waived for soldiers and policemen.
Open: Sunday – Thursday, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM