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The Farmerís House

Region: Galilee and Golan      Category: Historical Museums     

The Farmerís House

The museum depicts the history of Metulla with photographs and documents from the most northerly point of the Land of Israel. There are photographs of the first settlers who came to this distant place in 1896, far removed from other centers of population with no access roads and no public transport. The museum also contains displays and papers relating to the first Aliyah, security and border exhibits, and items regarding education, water etc.


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  • Opening hours
    sun  16:00-18:00
    mon 16:00-18:00
    wed 16:00-18:00
    thu  16:00-18:00
    sat  17:00-19:00
      In the summer every evening 18:30-19:30
  • Admission
    Entrance free
  • Address
    8 Harishonim St., Metulla†
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