About the Event

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For the first time in Israel
An interactive experience for the whole family



coming soon…!

Workshops and shows

A variety of activities and shows for the whole family
at the Bloomfield Science Museum! 


With audience participation. Among other things, we’ll learn how the hole gets in the pita, how to make an electrified cucumber, how to burn a surprising source of energy, and how to make hummus mousse.


  Mon-Thur Fri Sat
17:00  12:30  10:30, 11:30
12:30, 13:30

An ecological workshop: how to grow a special sapling using the principles of physics. Free gift!


   Mon-Thur Fri Sat
17:30 11:30, 13:30   12:00, 14:00

Workshop for parents and children. It’s all about herbs! Where do they come from? What’s the connection between smell and taste? And lots more.


   Mon-Thur Fri Sat
16:00-17:00  11:00-13:30  11:00-14:30

Little GIANTS – a fascinating 3D nature movie with Hebrew soundtrack. Produced by the BBC.
The movie follows two small creatures who are challenged by forces greater than themselves. The little squirrel lives in the ancient forests of South America. In order to survive the winter he must gather a hoard of acorns and protect them from others who are plotting to steal them… The tiny desert mouse lives in the Sonoran Desert in America’s Badlands. Braver than his three brothers, he ventures into the Wild West, with no idea of the dangers that await him.
(NIS 10 additional fee)
all ages must obtain a ticket.

Fri Sat
12:00 13:00

For the whole family. There’s a tour of the exhibition, a vegetable and tomato tour in the greenhouse and net house, and activities in the agricultural courtyard, from June 27th.


Pantomimists, members of Pyromania theatre group, will wonder around the Museum and will encourage the visitors, in a fun way, to explore, test and experiment the various exhibits (July – on Saturdays only. August – on every day of the week).

Artistic involvement in a scientific exhibition
A unique and fascinating integration of art works both inside and outside the Museum. Eight works of art, some of them on display for the first time here at the exhibition. The artworks, assembled by curator Maayan Sheleff, bring to the fore the social and communal aspect of agriculture. Agropolis invites the viewer to examine the social and political implications of agriculture from the unique viewpoint of the artist.
Participating artists: Sharon Glazberg, Ben Hagari, Tomer Sapir, Hila Amram, Nadav Assor, Fatma Shanan Dery, Onya Collective


** There may be changes in the schedule. Please double check when you arrive at the museum.

Opening hours and prices

Museum Hours:
July  August
Sunday  Closed Sunday  Open!
Monday-Thursday  10:00-18:00 Sunday-Thursday  10:00-19:00
Friday  10:00-14:00 Friday  10:00-14:00
Saturday  10:00-17:00 Saturday  10:00-16:00

Entrance fees:
Children (under the age 5)        FREE
Chidren (from the age 5 and older)        60 NIS
Adults        60 NIS
Adults / kids with “Yerushalmi” card        45 NIS
(parents and children under 18)
     220 NIS
Soldiers, police, disabled persons and students       50 NIS

How to get here

Map – Directions

The Museum is located on 3 Sderat HaMuzeonim (3 museum blvd.), across The Hebrew University in Givat Ram, Jerusalem. Address for GPS – Jerusalem 3 Sderot HaMuzeonim

From Tel Aviv: at the entrance to the city turn right towards Sderot Herzl; on the second traffic light (before the hotels) turn left to Sderot Yitzhak Rabin; cross the Begin highway and turn right on Netanel Lorch St. Turn left at the traffic light and then quickly take the next right turn to the university. Take a left at the roundabout, – the museum will be on your left.

Free of charge – Museum parking lot (a few disabled parking spots)

Free of charge – Cosell parking lot outside the Museum

Paid parking (blue and white curb) – on Sderat HaMuzeonim.

Line 35 – from Mount Herzl or the Malha Mall and the Malha train station. Stops at the entrance to the Museum.

Line 14 – from the Central Bus Station to Malha. Stops at the entrance to the Museum.

Line 7 – leaves from Ramat Rachel, passes through downtown. Stops at the entrance to the Museum.

Line 9 – leaves from Eliash Street (between Agripas and Ben Yehuda), passes through Rehavia. Stops at the entrance to the Museum.

Line 66 – from Damascus Gate, through Musrara, downtown, and the Central Bus Station. Stops at the entrance to the Museum.

Line 68 – leaves from Mount Scopus, passes through Ramat Eshkol and the Central Bus
Station, and stop near the museum- get off at the JDC on Balfour St. (about 3 min walk).

Line 100 – direct bus from Tel Aviv:

The bus leaves from the Shafirim parking lot and goes directly to the Government Building Area. Free parking at the Shafirim parking lot in the Fast Lane Compound. Fast ride to Jerusalem through the express public transit lane at the entrance to the city. For more information on travel times see the Israeli Public Transit Portal.

Other bus lines that drive from Tel Aviv to the Central Bus Station in Jerusalem: 405, 480.

Get off at the last stop – Malha. Exit the station and take bus lines 14 or 66 to the Museum.

Buy tickets

Please note the following guidelines and restrictions:

  • Print the purchase confirmation email you received.
  • Present the purchase confirmation and your I.D. at the Museum entrance.
  • Arriving without a printout may cause a delay in entrance to the Museum.
  • Online ticket purchase is limited to tickets under the holiday and special events rate.
  • Discounted tickets (for “Yerushalmi” card holders, senior citizens, soldiers, police officers, students, disabled) – only at the museum ticket office.
  • Only one discount can be applied.