The Eretz Israel Museum is a historical and archaeological museum in the Ramat Aviv
neighbourhood of Tel Aviv, Israel.
From an exhibit of Judaica at the Eretz Israel Museum, a bronze menorah designed
by Maurice AscalonEretz Israel Museum, established in 1953, has a large display of
archaeological, anthropological and historical artefacts organized in a series of
exhibition pavilions on its grounds.
Each pavilion is dedicated to a different subject: glassware, ceramics, coins, copper
and more. The museum also has a planetarium.
The "Man and His Work" wing features live demonstrations of ancient methods of weaving,
jewellery and pottery making, grain grinding and bread baking. Tel Quasile, an excavation
in which 12 distinct layers of culture have been uncovered, is on the grounds of