Yigal Alon Museum at Kibbutz Ginosar

Located on the grounds of Kibbutz Ginnosar on the Sea of Galilee, the museum is named after Yigal Alon (1918-1980), member of Kibbutz Ginnosar, military and political leader, and believer in coexistence and peace. The museum hosts changing exhibits of art by Jews and Arabs. Its permanent exhibits showcase the history of the Galilee from ancient times to the present, the history of the pre-state force, the Palmach, and Alon’s own story, and the famous 2,000 year-old Galilee Boat. Map.


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