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 User GuidelinesEntrance to the installation requires an additional fee:IS 10 for an adultIS 5 for a child or senior citizenMembers enter free of charge.Space is limited for each time slot; entrance will be permitted only for the time slot marked on your ticket.Please respect the following guidelines:Entrance to the installation is prohibited for children under age 6. Children aged 6–13 must be accompanied by an adult, with a limit of 2 children per adult.Entrance is prohibited to pregnant woman, and people who suffer from dizziness, epilepsy, or acrophobia; entrance after the consumption of alcohol is prohibited.Entrance in high-heeled shoes or flip-flops is prohibited. Climbing and walking around the instillation is permitted only along the designated paths and while holding the hand-rail. Consumption of non-alcoholic drinks, in plastic bottles of up to half a liter, is allowed only on the balconies within the installation.All visitors must follow the instructions given by the guards; anyone failing to do so will not be permitted to climb the installation.Visitors in wheel chairs may view the installation at the specifically designated section.Smoking anywhere in or around the installation is prohibited.Visitors to the installation are required to be cautious and comply with the safety guidelines. Entrance to the installation area is the sole responsibility of the visitor.  
Big Bambú

 

User Guidelines

Entrance to the installation requires an additional fee:

IS 10 for an adult

IS 5 for a child or senior citizen

Members enter free of charge.

Space is limited for each time slot; entrance will be permitted only for the time slot marked on your ticket.

Please respect the following guidelines:

  • Entrance to the installation is prohibited for children under age 6. Children aged 6–13 must be accompanied by an adult, with a limit of 2 children per adult.
  • Entrance is prohibited to pregnant woman, and people who suffer from dizziness, epilepsy, or acrophobia; entrance after the consumption of alcohol is prohibited.
  • Entrance in high-heeled shoes or flip-flops is prohibited.
  • Climbing and walking around the instillation is permitted only along the designated paths and while holding the hand-rail.
  • Consumption of non-alcoholic drinks, in plastic bottles of up to half a liter, is allowed only on the balconies within the installation.
  • All visitors must follow the instructions given by the guards; anyone failing to do so will not be permitted to climb the installation.
  • Visitors in wheel chairs may view the installation at the specifically designated section.
  • Smoking anywhere in or around the installation is prohibited.
  • Visitors to the installation are required to be cautious and comply with the safety guidelines. Entrance to the installation area is the sole responsibility of the visitor.

 

 

8/20/2014 To 9/30/2014
Museum Entrance
8/20/2014 To 12/30/2014
The private home of international art collector Charlotte Bergman was built on the Museum premises in the 1970s. The International Style house boasts a view of the pastoral Valley of the Cross and of the Knesset.
Tour of the Bergman House
The private home of international art collector Charlotte Bergman was built on the Museum premises in the 1970s. The International Style house boasts a view of the pastoral Valley of the Cross and of the Knesset.

8/22/2014 To 9/12/2014
Tantalizing late night encounters at The Israel MuseumWhen you are there, at the event, surrounded by thousands of people who like you, are participating in and creating this vibrant, artistic nighttime experience, stop for a moment. Pause. And take a look at what is going on around you. The earth moves beneath you as the skies are rolling above in a state of constant motion, rapidly, in direct contrast to the static artwork. A giant elephant is being blown up in the Art Garden, your friends are climbing to inconceivable heights on the untamable Big Bambú installation, dancers are crawling on the museum floor, a group of people are clutching strange masks as they move around you and everything in a permanent state of movement and fluidity.  Now in its fifth year, Contact Point is not just a one-time-only nighttime experience that hosts dozens of artists who interact through dialogue, discussions and points of contact with exhibits in the museum, it is also an opportunity for us all to experience the perpetual pulse of the world in which we live. Together we create an unforgettable night in a stunning temple of international art. Artistic Director: Renana RazProducer: Hadas BalasCommunications: Ido BallasArtistic director, Jerusalem Season of Culture: Itay MautnerPlease note: the Jerusalem Film Festival combination ticket can be purchased at the Museum ticket counter.
Contact Point 2014
Tantalizing late night encounters at The Israel Museum

When you are there, at the event, surrounded by thousands of people who like you, are participating in and creating this vibrant, artistic nighttime experience, stop for a moment. Pause. And take a look at what is going on around you. The earth moves beneath you as the skies are rolling above in a state of constant motion, rapidly, in direct contrast to the static artwork. A giant elephant is being blown up in the Art Garden, your friends are climbing to inconceivable heights on the untamable Big Bambú installation, dancers are crawling on the museum floor, a group of people are clutching strange masks as they move around you and everything in a permanent state of movement and fluidity. 

Now in its fifth year, Contact Point is not just a one-time-only nighttime experience that hosts dozens of artists who interact through dialogue, discussions and points of contact with exhibits in the museum, it is also an opportunity for us all to experience the perpetual pulse of the world in which we live. Together we create an unforgettable night in a stunning temple of international art.

Artistic Director: Renana Raz
Producer: Hadas Balas
Communications: Ido Ballas
Artistic director, Jerusalem Season of Culture: Itay Mautner

Please note: the Jerusalem Film Festival combination ticket can be purchased at the Museum ticket counter.

8/28/2014 8:00 PM
19:00-23:00 -Israeli Wine FestivalA celebration of wine tasting from the leading wineries in israel in the enchanted atmosphere of the art garden, to the sound of live music.
The Israeli Wine-tasting Festival 1/9-4/9-14
19:00-23:00 -Israeli Wine Festival

A celebration of wine tasting from the leading wineries in israel in the enchanted atmosphere of the art garden, to the sound of live music.

9/1/2014 To 9/4/2014