Programs and Activities

Wednesday Evening Lectures

 Free with Museum Admission*

Our outstanding lecture series is back with a variety of fascinating topics
in archeology, history, anthropology and the biblical narrative,
delivered by leading researchers and experts.




1/5/19 – Holocaust Memorial Day - No Lecture


8/5/19 – Independence Day -No Lecture


15/5/19 - The Evolution of the Kingdom of Judah in Light of Recent Excavations in the Judean Shephelah, Prof. Yosef Garfinkel, Hebrew University, Hebrew


22/5/19– "Out of the Blue" Exhibition – Closing Event, Marking 70 Years from the First Raising of the Israeli Flag at the UN – More Details to Come.


29/5/19 – From the Tekhelet Thread to the Flag of the State of Israel, Dani Biran, Author, Researcher and a Tour Guide, Hebrew


5/6/19 – More than Just Mosaics: The Ancient Synagogue at Huqoq in the Galilee, Prof.Jodi Magness, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, English


12/6/19 –Let the Games Begin – A Special evening in cooperation with The Yitzhak Kaplan Old Yishuv Court Museum:

18:45: Guided Tour – Games of Ancient Times

19:30: Between Zionism and Box Games 1900 - 1948, Lecture by Gadi Kfir, Artist and Researcher


19/6/19 - Book Launch – Cuneiform in Canaan – Further Details to Come


26/6/19 – The Importance of Gardens as a Means of Control in Antiquity - from the Ancient Near East to the Renaissance, Rona Evyasaf, Technion, Hebrew


* Unless noted otherwise   | Tickets must be issued in the reception