100,000 Israelis visit museums and sights for free during Passover



Some 100,000 Israelis visited museums and tourist sites, and took guided tours across the country during the first week of Passover, all of which are free to visitors.

The possibility of visiting these places will remain free for the public until Friday evening.

Some of the sites include the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, the Holon Design Museum, the Elk Forest, the Armored Brigade Museum in Latrun, and the Israel Museum at the Rabin Center.

Others are the Museum of Biblical Lands in Jerusalem, the Janco Dada Museum in Ein Hod, the Haifa Art Museum, the Wall Treasures Museum, the Joe Alon Center in the Negev, Kfar Beta Israel, the Museum of Ashdod art as well as many other places. the move to free opening of public tourist sites was also made to help the small businesses operating in these locations, all of which have been hit hard by the coronavirus closures and the resulting economic downturn. the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, admission to these sites is subject to pre-registration only. The opening of public attractions came at the request of sponsors Bank Hapoalim to celebrate the 100th anniversary of its establishment, as part of its Passover project promoting increased tourism as Israel slowly opens after repeated lockdowns coronaviruses.



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