Plan Your Visit
Friday and Saturday March 24-25 are sold out, both for Codex Sassoon and Museum Visit. Only visitors with reservation will be able to enter
Admission Prices (NIS)
|Israeli Senior citizens||26|
|Persons with disabilities, college/university students, “olim”||42|
|Children under 5 years old||Free entrance|
|Soldiers in uniform||free entrance (please show I.D.)|
- Getting Here
ANU – Museum of the Jewish People is located on the campus of Tel Aviv University, Klausner Street, in Ramat Aviv.
Entrance through Matatia Gate 2.
ANU – Museum of the Jewish People is easily accessible from the Ayalon Highway.
Museum Parking lot, Klauzner Street, across from Gate 2.
*On Saturdays/holidays, parking is only allowed on Klauzner St. outside campus; entering the museum via Gate no. 2 only.
- Contact us
- Entering TAU Campus
Kindly show your I.D., passport or driving license at the campus gate
- Irregular Closing Times
Kindly note, that on the following dates the museum will be closed: 2.4.23, 14.5.23, 25.6.23, 16.7.23, 3.9.23, 23.10.23, 12.11.23, 3.12.23
- Public Transportation
Egged: 271, 222, 572
Dan: 7, 25, 289, 45
The closest railway station to the Museum is “Tel-Aviv University”
Connections via Dan bus lines 7, 45
- Searching the Databases
Our databases site is available to you anytime anywhere:
Click here to search our database
You may also search while in the museum, and be assisted by staff members, in the study area at the lobby, Sunday-Thursday, 10am-4pm.
All exhibition spaces, auditoriums, cafeteria and lobby are wheelchair accessible.
For more information on accessibility at our museum – click here
Click here for details about buying annual subscriptions to ANU.
- Museum Shop
Museum shop is open: Sunday-Thursday: 10am-4pm, Friday 10am-2pm.
The shop is closed on Saturdays/holidays.
Aroma Café is open on the entrance floor. Kosher, certified by the Chief Rabbinate, closed on Saturdays.
No, but we highly recommend it. Only tickets to the “Heroes” gallery must be ordered in advance – kindly order here.
We recommend you dedicate at least two hours to your visit.
Yes. A ticket to the “Heroes” gallery is valid to all exhibitions. You can tour the museum prior or following your scheduled visit to “Heroes”.
The “Heroes” gallery is open on Saturdays only, for scheduled time slots of 90 minutes. Kindly order in advance for your desirable time slot. The gallery is suitable for children 6-12 years old.
Yes. Kindly ask about it upon your arrival, and remember to bring your own headphones.
The exhibitions, auditoriums, cafeteria and lobby are all wheelchair accessible. You may also borrow a wheelchair at the desk.
Read more about accessibility in ANU
The Aroma Café is open on the entrance floor. Kosher, certified by the Chief Rabbinate, closed on Saturdays.
First, buy a ticket and pay for it, in the specific benefit club’s site. Then, order a ticket on our website, selecting a sum of 0 NIS. Upon your arrival, present your order number, and receive your ticket.