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Guided tour at the Food exhibition

Photo: Credit: Elad Sarig

A guided tour of the museum's three exhibitions, which explores food from different perspectives

The museum guides lead the participants through the three exhibitions at the museum, each of which examines food from a different perspective: the exhibition “Food” (curators: Liora Rosin and Dana Benshalom), examines the relationship between food and man and the role of design within them; The exhibition “Colored” (curators: Lior Harmoni), explores the role of food coloring and how vision influences our interpretation of the colors of our food; and the exhibition “Taste from the future: an interactive sensory laboratory” examines the future of our food.

The three exhibitions feature over 200 works by leading designers from Israel and the world. The guides will tell the participants about the most intriguing items amongst them, and will explain the fascinating connection between design and food.

The tour takes place on the following days: Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m., Fridays at 11:30 a.m. and Saturdays at 6:30 p.m.

The tour lasts about 45 minutes. You must register in advance as the number of places is limited.

For more details on the exhibition “Food” click here >>

The tours are held in Hebrew, but a prepaid tour in English can be arranged in advance. Please contact the sales department for more details: