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It may be cliché, but it is cliché for a reason. Visiting a museum while it is raining outside is absolute serenity! Designed by American architect Preston Scott Cohen, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art’s fascinating architecture alone will keep you wandering for hours. The museum is made up of various departments such as the Department of Israeli Art and the Department of Prints and Drawings. In addition to its extensive program of permanent and changing exhibitions, the museum offers a vibrant selection of programs and activities for adults, youth and children: concerts, classes, lectures, guided tours, workshops, and more.
Check out their website and see what new interesting exhibit is going on!
If you’re sick of being stuck inside just because of a little drizzle, make a day out of it and wander along the Tel Aviv promenade. The Mediterranean during a storm is truly magnificent and breathtaking (especially if there’s lightning). Start off at the Port of Tel Aviv and walk south. See where it takes you. Sit in a café along the way or get some comfort food and a drink at Mike’s Place on Herbert Samuel 86 if you make it far enough. Just don’t walk too close to the edge of the boardwalk (front row seats get wet!).