“Ghetto Fighters’ House” Museum (Hebrew: “Beit Lohamei Hagetaot”) was founded in 1949 by the Lohamei Hagetahot kibbutz members, which were all holocaust survivors, when they established the kibbutz.
While being a very strong and personal example of survival, revival, and remembrance, the exhibition is about 60 years old, and needs a rennovation and adaptation to 21st century museological standarts.
Next to the Museum a well preserved section of the Ottoman aquaduct to Akko can be seen.
|Ghetto Fightets’ House on Wikipedia|
|Ghetto Fightets’ House on Tripadvisor|
|Ghetto Fightets’ House on Google Maps|
|Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum Website|
Points of Interest in the Area
|Tomb of Baha’u’llah (Bahji)|
|Akko Mosaics synagogue|