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Purple Badge Instructions

Due to the Coronavirus, we ask all visitors to act responsibly and follow the instructions issued by the Ministry of Health: Masks must be worn at all times. Maintain a distance of 2 meters between people, and watch your hygiene.


Please note!

Entering the museum is not allowed under the following circumstances:

- A fever of over 38C, or less than 48 hours after recovery from a fever.  

- Symptoms of fever or coughing (excluding cases of asthma and allergy).

Please note that tickets must be purchased in advance on the website.


 

 


Museum Opening Hours:

Tuesday | 11am-6pm

Wednesday, Thursday | 10am-4pm

Friday | 10am-2pm

Saturday | 10am-6pm

Sunday, Monday | Closed


Opening hours on statutory holidays 2021:

 

 

April

Passover- Chol Hamoed | 1/4/21 Thursday | 10:00–18:00

Passover- Chol Hamoed | 2/4/21 Friday | 10:00–14:00

Seventh day of Passover | 3/4/21 Saturday | 10:00–18:00

Yom HaShoah Eve | 7/4/21 Wednesday | 10:00–18:00

Yom HaShoah | 8/4/21 Thursday | 10:00–16:00

Yom HaZikaron Eve | 13/4/21 Tuesday | 11:00–18:00

Yom HaZikaron | 14/4/21 Wednesday | 10:00–14:00

Independence Day | 15/4/21 Thursday | 10:00–18:00


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Admission Fees:

35 NIS Adults 

30 NIS Youth (11-17)

20 NIS Children (5-10)

28 NIS Soldiers / Disabled Veterans / National Service Volunteers

30 NIS Students / Visitors with Disabilities

17 NIS Israeli Senior Citizens*

30 NIS Holon Residents**

 Free Friends of Design Museum Holon

 Free ICOM Members

*Ezrach Vatik ID card is required

** ID card with a recent address in Holon is required. Excludes events such as: Friday in the museum, lectures, tours and family activities.

Location:

Design Museum Holon

Pinhas Eilon St. 8 
Holon, 5845400, Israel

By bus

Buses from Tel-Aviv: 
From Carmelit/Alenby st - 3 
From Arlozorov St/Azrieli Mall - 71
From Iben-Gebirol/Central Bus Station - 89 
Buses from Tel-Aviv: 

Bus From Bat-Yam: 11, 99
Bus From Rishon-Lezion: 2

* The museum bus stop is located in front of Holon Mall 


By train
Arriving from Yoseftal railway station
By bus: 99 or 146

Arriving from Bat Yam–Komemiyut railway station
By bus 99, 11 or 2א


Parking:
The entrance to the museum's parking lot is via Orna Porat St.

 


 

Contact us:

customersdmh@mhc.org.il

Tel: 972-73-2151515

Box Office: 972-73-2151515#3

Fax: 972-3-6520331

Museum box office:

073-2151515#3


Museum Tours:

*To book guided museum tours for groups please contect the Sales Department at least two

weeks in advance.

Tel: 03-5021551#290

Email: sales@dmh.org.il

Fax: 03-6520331

Customer Service Whatsapp:
 

052-4334448

 


 

Please Note!

*Carrying weapons of any kind into the Museum is strictly forbidden.

*Bringing food and drink into the Museum is strictly forbidden.

On occasion it will not be possible to go into the Museum's galleries with bags and baby buggies/strollers. These items can be left in the luggage storage room free of charge. In such cases please follow the attendants' instructions.

 

 

 
 
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