Rishon LeZion Museum
The Rishon LeZion Museum is an open museum located in the heart of the historic city, close to the Great Synagogue. The museum strives to present and pass on local history, as well as Rishon LeZion’s contribution to creating the national symbols and new Israeli cultural values: flag and anthem, Hebrew language and native Israeli culture.
The Rishon LeZion Foundation assists the Rishon LeZion Museum on a number of projects, and raises resources and donations.
• The museum renewal project and making the visit experience current, lively and educational for youth and adults alike. A 3D assistive media presentation and sensory experience, similar to what is done around the world. Making early history accessible for a young audience. Donate now for the renewal project.
• A tribute to and commemoration of Baron Edmond de Rothschild, who supported, pushed for and advanced the historic moshava (village), and contributed greatly to the city’s establishment as an innovative and entrepreneurial magnet for settlement, beginning with the First Aliya. Donate now for the tribute.
• The family album project: commemorating historical documentation and research about the families who established and built the moshava, data cleansing and collecting pictures and information from family members, and presenting the album to museum visitors. Donate now for the family album.
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