Museums And Culture
Jabotinsky Institute in Israel is assigned to show the history of the national movement in Israel and the Diaspora branches, Ze'ev Jabotinsky - the founder of the movement, and the war to free the land and State of Israel.
The Institute, which includes the museum, founded in 1937. It is also recognized by the Institute for Zionist General Council Archives Revisionist Zionist alliance. In 1989 the museum was inaugurated and opened to the public.
There are Audio-visual exhibits dedicated to the biography of Jabotinsky called "Jabotinsky - Circle of Life", and also for light and sound presentation on revisionist history of immigration - "even though".
The museum organizes seminars for organized groups that include lectures, a documentary and a personal testimony of a warrior.In the Institute's Archives and Library you can find information about the national movement, the struggles of the Yishuv Zionism and the establishment of the state. These are available to researchers, students, journalists and writers.