Caesarea’s Ralli Museum
The Ralli Museum in Caesarea was founded by by business man and banker Herry Recanati. It exhibits a wide range of themes. Firstly, it has an interesting collection of archaeological artifacts related to the history of Caesarea. Secondly, in harmony with its design, it exhibitis contemporary Latin American Art. The museum has also a few exhibitions related to Jewish History and culture. It has an exhibition in commemoration of the Jewish explusion from Spain, another exhibit focused on perspectives of the Jewish Community of Thessaloniki, and finally, a selection of 16th to 18th centuries European artists depicting Biblical themes. The museum also presents a selection of modern art work, including several pieces of Salvador Dali, Auguste Rodin, Arman, and Andre Masson. The Museum building is designed in the style of Spanish Colonial Architecture, combined with Moorish style.
Touring Ralli Musuem
The museum is Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, from 10:30 to 17:00. Entry is free of charge.
A tour of Ralli Museum can be combined with a day tour of Caesarea and other sites in its vicinity.