I just visited it today, and it feels good. I ran into a group of soldiers visiting in the afternoon, and I was the only tourist.
If you are a fan of the military, how can you miss this place? I think you can remember the classic battles of several Middle East wars. The equipment of both sides can be as precious as the equipment of the Israeli army. How can you not come and see Its Fangrong, Merkava, Centurion, Sherman, and some Soviet-made T series and French and German tanks and armored vehicles, as well as various artillery, logistics equipment, etc., I think you will not miss this place. If you are not a fan of the military, that’s okay, but when you come to Israel, the country with the most combat experience in the world, how can you not take a look at the equipment and history of the world’s most combative army, even if you don’t understand, You will also be amazed if you look around. The museum is not far from the sea. It’s right next to the old railway station. There is a large parking lot next to it. You must check your passport when you enter the door, and proactively declare whether you are carrying dangerous goods such as knives and guns. My Swiss army knife was temporarily stored in the ticket office. Tickets are 15 shekels. Passes with other museums are also sold here. There are certain discounts that you need to buy. There are a total of 19 exhibition areas. Just follow the guide map. There are not many indoor and outdoor exhibition areas. It takes about an hour to go around.