Attractions

Top Choice Gallery in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv Museum of Art

The ultramodern ‘envelope’ building by American architect Preston Scott Cohen is one of many reasons to visit this impressive gallery located on the eastern edge of the city centre. There's a huge amount to see here…
Top Choice Market in Tel Aviv

Flea Market

In recent years, lots of energy has gone into giving Jaffa's Old City a tourism-triggered makeover, and the results are undeniably attractive. However, the real draw in this part of the city is considerably more dis…
Top Choice Historic Site in Tel Aviv

Old City

Centred on Kikar Kedumim (Kedumim Sq), a paved space edged by touristy shops and cafes, this hilltop area overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and is visually dominated by the Franciscan St Peter’s Church. The surroundin…
Market in Tel Aviv

Carmel Market

Squeezed between the dishevelled streets of the Yemenite Quarter and the pedestrianised section of Nahalat Binyamin St, Tel Aviv's busiest street market is, in many ways, the heart of the city. The total opposite of…
Cultural Centre in Tel Aviv

Beit Ha’ir

Located in a cul de sac at the end of Bialik St, which is full of significant Bauhaus-style buildings, this cultural centre comprises two galleries where temporary exhibitions are held, as well as a permanent exhibi…
Museum in Tel Aviv

Bialik Museum

Israel’s national poet Chaim Nachman Bialik lived in this handsome 1920s villa, which is designed in the style of the Arts and Crafts movement. Its richly decorated downstairs interiors include custom-made furniture…
Gallery in Tel Aviv

Rubin Museum

Sometimes referred to as the Gauguin of Palestine but to our mind more reminiscent of Matisse, Romanian-born Reuven Rubin (1893–1974) immigrated to Palestine in 1923 and painted wonderful landscapes and scenes of lo…
Museum in Tel Aviv

Jabotinsky Institute

This historical research organisation has a small museum on the 1st floor presenting the history and activities of the Etzel (Irgun), an underground militia founded by Ze’ev Jabotinsky in 1931. Exhibits concentrate …
Museum in Tel Aviv

Ben-Gurion Museum

Built between 1930 and 1931, this modest house near the marina was the Tel Aviv home of David Ben-Gurion, Israel’s first prime minister. Built in a workers' neighborhood established on Keren Kayemet Le'Israel (Jewis…
Gallery in Tel Aviv

Helena Rubenstein Pavilion

Endowed by the cosmetics entrepreneur of the same name, this contemporary art space is an annexe of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. There's a permanent collection of decorative arts on the top floor, but the main draw i…