Tue, Aug 10|
What was Herzl's Favorite Emoji? Aug 10
Join an exciting public tour in the Israel Museum, exploring the connection between 🗿 ancient archaeology, ✡️ Jewish art and Israeli and 🇮🇱 Zionist art
Time & Location
Aug 10, 2021, 4:00 PM – 6:20 PM
Jerusalem, Derech Ruppin, Jerusalem, Israel
About the Event
What was Herzl's favorite emoji?
Join an exciting public tour in the Israel Museum. We will explore the connection between ancient archaeology, Jewish art and Israeli and Zionist art.
From the Archaeology of the Second Temple and Byzantine period, where symbols were used for propaganda, religious and identity purposes, to the moden era, where they are used for national and zionist purposes. An eye-opening and fresh perspective, very fun tour!
The tour is guided by Nachliel Selavan, “The Museum Guy”, who has guided in museums around the world.
Max 40 participants.
*Museum Admission needs to be purchased individually, through the museum. Give yourself a few minutes upon arrival to do that.
- Ticket type
Public Museum Tour
This price is for the guide. Admission must be purchased individually, and depends on your status as student, adult, member, etc. To purchase tickets to the museum, you can arrive on site or book online in advance (and not wait on line) and scan you digital ticket upon entry. Your ticket will grand you a second entry to the museum, at a discounted rate. You can purchase your museum admission here https://www.imj.org.il/en/content/visitor-informationPrice₪50.00
+₪1.25 service fee+₪1.25 service fee