The newly opened Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv offers a rich, multi-faceted insight and exploration into nature through a different lens. The museum showcases natural wonders and living organisms of Israel through interactive exhibits and highlights the implications of urban development, climate change and the ever-changing ecosystems found throughout the region. With a focus on scientific research and understanding, the Natural History Museum is a much-anticipated addition to the city of Tel Aviv and notably one of the largest natural history museums in the Middle East.
About the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History
Offering a variety of exhibits and programs, the key goal of the Natural History Museum is curating and developing public awareness and curiosity about the nature of things and the environmental consciousness on both a local and global scale. After almost two decades of planning, the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv has finally opened its doors to the public and is anticipating some 150,000 visitors annually to explore the environmental artifacts and cultural displays. These extensively outlined expositions throughout the premises offer a comprehensive and thorough understanding of the natural history of Israel and the special attributes of the region.
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