We entered a dark, circular building where pictures of children who were killed during the holocaust hang in black space. There are what looked like thousands of small lights representing stars, which in turn represent the children who died.A recorded voices eerily calls out the names of the children and their age at the time of their death. Again another... 更多
Our expectations were quite high as we experienced the Invitation to Silence a few years ago which was phenominal. Word had it that this was to be even better. Unfortunately , we did not find this one to be so great. Perhaps it was the tour guide, not sure. Her english was not quite good enough to give a tour.... 更多
We took a "journey through time" and had an amazing time. All the kids enjoyed it, as did the adults. Our guide, who herself is a pensioner, was inspirational. It was a highly thought provoking but enjoyable morning. Highly recommended.
Absolutely fantastic. Interactive and interesting. Kids and adults enjoyed it tremendously. We had a Hebrew speaking guide - Miri - who was inspiring at 78 years young.
Very intresting for all ages. Active tour in a museum. Special tour for the different ages. We have enjoyed the 'Dialogue in the dark' for adults and teenagers. And all available tours for the younger children. Book in advance. Mind the age restrictions per each tour.
We have a wide range of ages so we split up, my husband took my younger son to the butterfly path and I took the older ones to the alien invasion. They all thoroughly enjoyed the visit, the guide was very good as she managed to really get them into it. The programs were interactive and makes one think. I... 更多
Our thirteen year old, accompanied by his twenty-one year old cousin, had the total imersion experience of being blind. Led by the blind they navigated through the exhibit, even ordering food and eating it! They both found the experience to be unique and thrilling. Both of them gave this a 5 star rating. The Children's Museum also has a similar... 更多
There are few different programs , each for another age group. All of them are interactive, with experienced guides and made for children with accompanied adults.( elder children can come alone). The programs are rich and clever so every child ( and adult) can enjoy and learn as well about himself and others.
We had a deaf guide through the exhibits, we were not allowed to talk or make any noise and we were given noise canceling headphones, There was another couple and their 2 school age grandchildren in our group. Sari taught us a few words in sign language to use to communicate. Otherwise, we could use pantomime and gestures. The exhibits... 更多
Wow, what an experience. I took my 3 children (19.16 & 11) and it was amazing. Our guide, who was deaf totally inspired us and opened our minds to the world of deafness. We were guided through several different rooms wearing ear mufflers and not allowed to make any sounds with our voices. Thoroughly educational and highly recommend this to... 更多