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    Visiting the Ben-Gurion house
    The Ben-Gurion house was built in the years 1930-1931 as part of the construction of the first laborers' neighborhood, which (in Hebrew is known as HaPoalim Alef). The house was built on the land of the Jewish National Fund (Keren Kayemet Leisrael). All of the houses in this neighborhood were one story high and designed by engineer David Tovia. The total cost of the house was 350 Israeli pounds and David and Paula Ben-Gurion paid for it in installments. You are welcome to visit the house.
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    Group guided tour
    The museum offers activities suitable for educational groups, security institutes, government offices and the general public.. The tour provides a behind the scenes look at David Ben-Gurion's private life and his crucial role in the establishment of the Sstate of Israel. You will discover how the house informed the character of the man who lived within it and how it influenced who he was as one of Israel’s most well known public figures.
    Book group tour
    Ben-Gurion library
    David Ben-Gurion left his home in Tel Aviv to the State of Israel stipulating that it be used as a place for "reading, research and reflection." The library contains over 20,000 books on topics ranging from Greek philosophy and science to Israeli heritage, poems, the far East and more. Today the library is also used to host a variety of cultural events on diverse subjects.
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    Visiting the Ben-Gurion house
    The Ben-Gurion house was built in the years 1930-1931 as part of the construction of the first laborers' neighborhood, which (in Hebrew is known as HaPoalim Alef). The house was built on the land of the Jewish National Fund (Keren Kayemet Leisrael). All of the houses in this neighborhood were one story high and designed by engineer David Tovia. The total cost of the house was 350 Israeli pounds and David and Paula Ben-Gurion paid for it in installments. You are welcome to visit the house.
    Book now
    Group guided tour
    The museum offers activities suitable for educational groups, security institutes, government offices and the general public.. The tour provides a behind the scenes look at David Ben-Gurion's private life and his crucial role in the establishment of the Sstate of Israel. You will discover how the house informed the character of the man who lived within it and how it influenced who he was as one of Israel’s most well known public figures.
    Book group tour
    Ben-Gurion library
    David Ben-Gurion left his home in Tel Aviv to the State of Israel stipulating that it be used as a place for "reading, research and reflection." The library contains over 20,000 books on topics ranging from Greek philosophy and science to Israeli heritage, poems, the far East and more. Today the library is also used to host a variety of cultural events on diverse subjects.
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    What does the house offer?

    House activities

    You can arrange all visiting group activities in selected time slots. You can also build study and workshop visits.  

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