The Hebrew Music Museum exhibits of rare and ancient musical instruments from different historical periods.
The museum displays musical instruments from across the world.
There are seven galleries, each with it’s own cultural musical styles decorated according to the style of the culture it represents.
Displayed are musical instruments and manuscripts from different musical culture behind Jewish Music and which have shaped Hebrew music.
The Ancient Hebrew Nation, Central Asia (including Persia and Kurdistan), Moroccan & Andalusian, Europe & Ashkenaz, Africa & Ethiopia & Yemmen, Balkan Peninsula, Iraq & Syria & Egypt.
Visitors have a choice of a guided tour or a self guided tour with a tablet.
A highlight of the museum, especially for kids, is the Virtual Reality that takes you into the Temple to hear the sounds of the Leviim and their music.
The Museum of Hebrew Music is located in Kikar Hamusica or Music Square in Jerusalem.
Music Square has live performances every day including rock n ‘roll, samba, klezmer, reggae, pop, and Hasidic music.