The museum was first opened to the public in 1932 in the building of the famous mayor of Tel Aviv Meir Dizengoff, on the famous Rothschild Boulevard. In 1959, The Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art was added to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and has since served as one of Tel Aviv’s major cultural hubs. The museum’s collection, which initially included only a few dozen items, has grown continuously over the years thanks to donations by collectors and artists. The museum holds a dynamic mix of temporary and and permanent exhibitions in a wide variety of fields, including sculpture, drawings, photography, prints and video installations, and architecture and design.
In addition to its comprehensive program of permanent and changing exhibitions, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art offers a varied selection of programs and activities for adults, youth and children, including concerts, classes, lectures, guided tours, workshops, and more.
📅 Mon, Wed, and Sat 10.00-18.00 ,
Tues, and Thurs 10.00-21.00,