The Yitzhak Rabin Center, located in Ramat Aviv next to the Tel Aviv University was an initiative of the Knesset in 1997, commemorating the late Prime Minister, his life and his legacy.
It is dedicated to reinforce democratic values, educational opportunities for all and promote tolerance and understanding among the many communities that comprise the State of Israel, by developing the leaders of the future of this complex nation.
Center for Yizhak Rabin a modern technological concept
Three Main Principles
The Center functions in the spirit of three principles:
Yitzhak Rabin with King Hussein from Jordan in happier moments
The Israeli Museum
This is the centerpiece of the Center. In this museum visitors explore the history of the State of Israel in several exhibit halls, focusing on the many aspects of the new nation’s history, including the conflicts, social challenges and many dilemmas and of course, successes during the life of Yitzhak Rabin.
The museum was designed by Uri Abramson of Mabatim Ltd. Combining state of the art technology with artifacts and images, including short documentaries and close to 2,000 photographs.
The whole concept was conceived by Anita Shapira, professor and historian of modern Jewish History and the Zionist Movement.
It opened to the public in 2010, and is visited by thousands arriving from every corner of the world as well as from schools from all over the country.
Interior of the Rabin Museum
This is an important visit
Guided tours are available in main languages like English, Hebrew and Russian by professional and knowledgeable guides, besides the availability of headsets in other language like Arabic, Spanish and a few more.
While visiting Israel and Tel Aviv in particular, make a point to visit this center and you will get a real feeling of the history and culture of this country while you freshen up your knowledge about our State of Israel.
Entrance to The Israeli Museum at the Yitzhak Rabin Center is located at 14 Chaim Levanon Street in Ramat Aviv, between the Eretz Israel Museum and the Palmach Museums.
For more details call the Center: 03-7453358 or by dialing *4585
Visit our sister Website
Sea of Galilee
Flowers in the Negev