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Who visits Design Museum Holon?
Design Museum Holon welcomes visitors of all ages and professional backgrounds, as design forms an integral part of our everyday lives. For Students in the fields of design, art, and architecture, and for professionals in these fields, the Museum presents an opportunity to deepen their existing knowledge.

Is the Museum suited to children?
Families with kids of all ages are welcome, but children ages ten and up will likely understand and enjoy the content of the exhibition more fully.
You'll find more tips on how to prepare for a visit at the Museum here.

What can we see at the Museum?
Design Museum Holon comprises two galleries, in which are displayed three temporary exhibitions per year. Each exhibition takes up the space of both galleries for approximately three months time. In addition, visitors can view the Museum building gallery, where the process of constructing this unique building is shown, and can tour the building itself.

When are guided Museum tours offered?
For the duration of the current exhibition, guided tours for organized groups are offered during the Museum's regular hours of operation. Tours must be booked at least two weeks in advance.
(To book a group tour)

What are the Museums hours?
The Museum is open every day except Sunday. Please follow our hours of operation on holidays in the Museum's advertisements and on our website.

How do we buy an admission ticket to the Museum?
Admission tickets can be purchased at the Museum box office,
either in person or by phone at 073-2151500.
The box office is open to the public during the Museum's regular hours of operation (but closes half an hour before the Museum's hour of closing).
Lectures, workshops, and conferences require advance ticket purchase.

What facilities are available to visitors?
There is a checkroom for storing bags, coats, strollers, etc; restrooms; elevator service; a Museum store; and a cafeteria.

Is there parking?
Yes. Visitors can park their cars in the Mediatheque parking lot or in the open lot across the street from the Museum, on Ilona Feher street (enter through Reuven Barkat and Orna Porat streets).

Is the Museum wheelchair accessible?
Yes. Acces to the Museum plaza and box office from the Mediatheque parking lot is via a ramp. All other levels of the Museum are accessible by elevator.

 
 
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