Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art
Founded by Felix Tikotin in 1957, this museum – unique in the Middle East – puts on superb exhibits of Japanese art.
On the crest of Mt Carmel, across from the upper terminus of the Carmelit metro line, this shady, kid-friendly public garden – whose...
The shaded slopes below Gan HaEm are home to a compact but attractive zoo with an aviary, a reptile house and habitats for bears, lions,...
Both a music school, run by the city, and one of Haifa's top performance venues, with live music by Israeli and overseas bands. Call to...
There's nothing Chinese about this cosy cafe-bistro, whose wooden deck – along a garden path from busy HaNassi Ave – is a relaxing spot...
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Mané-Katz Museum information
Emmanuel Mané-Katz (1894–1962), known – like Chagall – for his colourful depictions of the shtetls of Eastern Europe, was an influential member of a group of early-20th-century artists known as the Jewish School of Paris. In the late 1950s he was given this home by the Haifa city authorities in return for the bequest of his works.