Opening hours

Sunday, Monday

Closed

Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday

12:00–18:00

Thursday

15:00–21:00

Friday

10:00–14:00
Art Library

Temporarily closed

Museum Store

Sunday, Monday

Closed

Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday

12:00–18:00

Thursday

15:00–21:00

Friday

10:00–14:00

Entrance fees

Regular Price

₪ 50

Disabled

Students

Residents of Tel Aviv–Yafo

₪ 40

Senior citizens

₪ 25

Members (Join us)

Children and youth (up to 18 years old)

Soldiers in compulsory service

Free

Entrance to the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion

Free

Entrance fee provides a one-time entry to the Museum and the Art Library. Discounts only on presentation of a valid certificate or card.

Location

Tel Aviv Museum of Art

27 Shaul HaMelech Blvd., The Golda Meir Cultural and Art Center

By car

Parking At the Museum
Golda Parking Lot, 7 Berkovitch St., Tel Aviv
(Situated beneath the Museum)

Parking in the vicinity
Museum Tower Parking, 8 Shaul HaMelech Blvd.
David HaMelech Blvd. Parking, 38 King David Blvd.

Disabled parking
Shaul HaMelech Blvd., in front of the plaza at the entrance to the Main Building

By bus

The following lines stop at the Courthouse / Shaul HaMelech Blvd. Station (3-minute walk):
# 9, 14, 38, 70, 82, 100, 138, 142, 147, 148, 149, 218, 248, 249, 253, 282, 347, 349

The following lines stop at the Courthouse / Weizmann Station (3-minute walk):
# 7, 18, 59, 379

The following lines stop at the London Ministore / Shaul HaMelech Blvd. Station (7-minute walk):
# 14, 38, 56, 70, 82, 138, 142, 148, 149, 218, 248, 249, 253, 278, 282, 347, 349

By train

Arriving from Hashalom Station
On foot (1.3 km ~ 18-minute walk): West along Kaplan St., right on Leonardo da Vinci St., then right on Shaul HaMelech Blvd., as far as the Museum
By bus: #56 from Hashalom / Giv'at HaTahmoshet Station, or #7 and #59 from Yigal Alon / Derech HaShalom Station

Arriving from Savidor Central Station
On foot (1.5 km ~ 20-minute walk): Cross Namir Rd. and walk southward, right on Shaul HaMelech Blvd., until reaching the Museum
By bus: #18 from Bus Terminal 2000, to Weizmann / Shaul HaMelech stop (near Ichilov Hospital).

By bicycle

Bicycle racks are available at the entrance to the museum

Tel-O-Fun bicycle rental near the Museum:
21 Shaul HaMelech Blvd.
1 Weizmann St.
40 King David Blvd.

Tel-O-Fun website>

Audio guide

The audio guide – in Hebrew and English – contains brief explanations and information about the architecture of the Museum’s buildings, selected works in its permanent collections, and the temporary exhibitions and artists. You can get the audio guide, free of charge, at the information counter.

Service to the public

Cloakroom services

Cloakroom services are provided free of charge, at the counter located near the checkout (₪ 5 deposit is required).

Wheelchairs and folding cane chairs

Wheelchairs and folding cane chairs can be rented free of charge for the duration of your visit, against an ID card deposit, at the cloakrooms next to the ticket offices.

Lost & Found

Please contact the Security Department, Tel. +972-3-6077065.

Photography within the museum

Non-flash photography is allowed. Use of images is subject to copyright.

Food and drinks

Studio Café

In the main building of the museum the Studio Café offers hot and cold drinks, cakes, sandwiches, and light meals. Overlooking the Sculpture Garden, the Studio Café is open to museum visitors and participants in its events.

Pastel Restaurant

Overlooking the other end of the sculpture garden is the Pastel Restaurant – a fine-dining venue, with a central space, open terrace, and intimate bar. The restaurant is featured in La Liste, the French Foreign Ministry’s list of the best restaurants in the world. To the Pastel Restaurant website >

Maadana

A cafeteria on the ground floor of the Amir Building serves hot and cold beverages, cakes and sandwiches. The food served is kosher (dairy), but the place does not have a kosher certificate.

In the vicinity

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is situated in Tel Aviv’s Civic Center district at the heart of the city, close to numerous key cultural, recreational, leisure, and government institutions. Visiting the Museum is an opportunity to visit other select Tel Aviv sites — most notably:

The Performing Arts Center

The Performing Arts Center, situated right next to the Museum, is home to two of the country’s largest and most important cultural institutions: the Cameri Theater of Tel Aviv, and the Israeli Opera. The Cameri Theater offers a fine repertoire of theatrical productions, featuring leading Israeli actors. To the Cameri Theater website
The Israeli Opera offers not only operas, but also dance and music productions, some of which are suitable for the whole family. To the Israeli Opera website >

Rabin Square

In front of the Tel Aviv Municipality, about ten minutes walk from the Museum, is Rabin Square — the city’s main square, which is used to hold major events, ceremonies, and rallies. In this large rectangular plaza you can see the monument to the late Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, and the Holocaust and Revival Memorial, a famous work of the sculptor Igael Tumarkin, in the form of an inverted pyramid erected on a triangular base (which, when viewed from above, forms a Star of David). To the Tel Aviv Tourism website >

Dubnov Garden

About a two-minute walk from the Museum is a green oasis, where you can take a break from the city’s sights amid pleasant grassy areas in the shade of trees, and enjoy playground facilities for children.

Azrieli Towers

The Azrieli Towers, situated some ten minutes walk from the Museum, offer a huge range of fashion and leisure shopping and restaurants. At the top of the round tower, on the 49th floor, is the Azrieli Observatory, which offers views of the entire city — including the nearby Sarona complex, the Neve Tzedek neighborhood, and the Tel Aviv boardwalk. To the Tel Aviv Azrieli Mall website >

Sarona Complex

The Sarona complex — some ten minutes walk from the Museum — consists of 33 stone buildings built by the German Templar settlers in the latter half of the nineteenth century. These buildings, which have been conserved and renovated, are now mostly occupied by businesses and restaurants. Sarona is a pleasant place, with beautiful houses, grassy areas, and seating areas. There is also a Visitor Center, which tells the story of Tel Aviv’s German colony in the nineteenth century. To the Sarona Complex website >

Sarona Market

Sarona Market is the largest indoor culinary center in Israel. It is situated at the end of the Sarona complex, and covers nearly 9,000 sq.m (9,700 sq. ft.). Like noted food markets around the world, it offers a variety of food and drink from Israel and around the world, including freshly caught fish and seafood, locally grown vegetables and fruits, imported cheeses, and international and locally produced wines. To the Sarona Market website >

Contact us

Tel. +972-3-6077020
Sunday through Thursday, 9 am to 5 pm
info@tamuseum.com

This week

The Museum is temporarily closed. We invite you to experience the museum online

Online content and activities →

Audio guide

The audio guide – in Hebrew and English – contains brief explanations and information about the architecture of the Museum’s buildings, selected works in its permanent collections, and the temporary exhibitions and artists. You can get the audio guide, free of charge, at the information counter.

Service to the public

Cloakroom services

Cloakroom services are provided free of charge, at the counter located near the checkout (₪ 5 deposit is required).

Wheelchairs and folding cane chairs

Wheelchairs and folding cane chairs can be rented free of charge for the duration of your visit, against an ID card deposit, at the cloakrooms next to the ticket offices.

Lost & Found

Please contact the Security Department, Tel. +972-3-6077065.

Photography within the museum

Non-flash photography is allowed. Use of images is subject to copyright.

Contact us

Tel. +972-3-6077020
Sunday through Thursday, 9 am to 5 pm
info@tamuseum.com