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Further along the street, Bialik House used to be the residence of poet, Chaim Nachman Bialik, and is now a tribute to his life and works.Next door is Tel Aviv's original town hall, now known as Beit Ha'ir.A leading light in Israel's contemporary art scene, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art contains works by Degas, Monet, Van Gogh, Henry Moore, Picasso, Jackson Pollock and the world's largest collection of work by Israeli artists.The ultra-modern building with its sophisticated architecture houses and highlights the artworks perfectly.One of Tel Aviv's most atmospheric neighbourhoods, the Yemenite Quarter is full of meandering alleyways lined by old-style architecture that has withstood the area's gentrification.

In the house once occupied by Haganah Commander Eliyahu Golomb, the Haganah Museum documents the Haganah guerrilla force, which actively attacked British Mandate rule.Peter's Monastery and the Old Port area itself are also not to be missed.Compared to the big-city hustle of Tel Aviv, Jaffa is a wonderfully tranquil place for a stroll that, despite serious gentrification, still retains its old-fashioned charm.As well as the permanent collection, the museum hosts regular temporary exhibits and other events.Hours: Mon, Wed, Sat 10am-6pm; Tue, Thu 10am-9pm Admission: adult 50NIS, student 40NIS, child under 18yrs free The funky Neve Tzedek Quarter is the city's oldest neighborhood with European-Jewish settlers first building houses here in the 1880s.

In the house once occupied by Haganah Commander Eliyahu Golomb, the Haganah Museum documents the Haganah guerrilla force, which actively attacked British Mandate rule.Peter's Monastery and the Old Port area itself are also not to be missed.Compared to the big-city hustle of Tel Aviv, Jaffa is a wonderfully tranquil place for a stroll that, despite serious gentrification, still retains its old-fashioned charm.As well as the permanent collection, the museum hosts regular temporary exhibits and other events.Hours: Mon, Wed, Sat 10am-6pm; Tue, Thu 10am-9pm Admission: adult 50NIS, student 40NIS, child under 18yrs free The funky Neve Tzedek Quarter is the city's oldest neighborhood with European-Jewish settlers first building houses here in the 1880s.Little Bialik Street is home to three historical houses that will interest history and culture lovers.