The Testimony House Archive

archiveThe Testimony House collects, documents and preserves important material about religious Zionism during the Holocaust and the revival of the people of Israel.

The highlight of the archive's activity is the "Vet-File" projects, which is the official database of the veterans of the religious Zionist youth movements.

The database, which is regularly updated, is accessible to the public.

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Visitor Information

Hours

Sunday-Thursday: 8:30am - 4pm, with advance reservation
The museum is closed on Shabbat and holidays.

Tickets

Ticket price is 30 ILS per person
Group discounts are available

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Contact Details

08-8535687
Moshav Nir Galim 7924500 Israel

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The lessons of the Holocaust are - unfortunately - still very relevant.

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About

The Testimony House, established by the association of Bnei Akiva veterans at the early 1990s, aims to amplify and deepen educational activity related to Holocaust remembrance. Through its museum, archive, educational center and diverse activities, The Testimony House offers a unique, enlightening and even uplifting way to learn about the Holocaust and the post-Holocaust revival.

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