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ANU museum

Opened in March 2021, the ANU (“אנו”) Museum is the biggest Jewish Museum in the world. It is dedicated to the history, experiences, spirit, and accomplishments of the Jewish people, from biblical times to the present.

Set on the grounds of the Tel-Aviv University in northern Tel-Aviv the ANU (“אנו”) Museum replaced the veteran “Diaspora Museum” (“בית התפוצות”) from 1978. Re-opened in March 2021, and at the cost of $100 million, the ANU Museum is the biggest Jewish Museum in the world. It is dedicated to the history, experiences, spirit, and accomplishments of the Jewish people, from biblical times to the present.

The Museum covers 72,000 square feet and has 4 wings spread on 3 floors. At its ground floor is a children-friendly interactive exhibition called “Heroes” devoted to Jewish Heroes and leading figures. Its other exhibitions are devoted to Jewish Identity and culture (“the Mosaic”); Jewish history and story (“The Journey”); the core of Jewish practice, beliefs, and traditions (“Foundations”); 21 scale models of synagogues from around the world (“The Synagogue Wing”); and a review of Jewish humor (“Let there be laughter”).

Touring ANU Museum

The Museum is open every day of the week, including Saturday. There is no need to book it in advance.

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