Bank of Israel Vistors Center Phone 02-6552828 Fax: 02-6552858
Kiryat Memshala, Givat Raam (next to the Supreme Court and Knesset)
The Bank of Israel has a wonderful Visitors Center with exhibits and activities for adults and children ages 8+. There is a large exhibit hall which contains the history of Israeli Currency including samples and ancient coins.
In the main exhibit hall there are 4 video games and there is a movie upstairs in the auditorium about the Development of Currency and Inflation. Exhibit information is in Hebrew and English. Special tour topics can be arranged for groups in English, Hebrew, French and Arabic. Visitors will leave with a souvenir of 3000 NIS (in shredded notes).
This is a great place to take teenagers who are interesting in finance, Israeli history and economics.
Computer Games: (On Non Holidays reservations are required to ensure all the games will be available)
Bar/Bat Mitzva: The Visitor center can be rented out for a Bar/Bat Mitzva and special tours can be arranged for 1 hr. There is no food allowed in the Visitors Center.
Opening Hours: 9:00am-4:00pm (Call in advance to reserve space) Pescah, Succot, Hanukka and Summer there are set tours and movie times (call for details). Call, fax or email
Ticket Price: Entrance is FREE
How To Get To The Bank of Israel Visitors Center:
By Car:Street Parking is available across the street from the Wohl Rose gardens and down the street from the Knesset. Parking is also available in the National parking lof and a shuttle runs to the Bank of Israel. Enter through the main security office of the Bank of Israel.
By Bus: 9, 28 from the Central Bus Station
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