The Hagana Museum is the Central Museum of the History of “Hagana” situated on Rothschild Boulevard. The museum presents the history of the defense of Israel during the Mandate for Palestine period.
The building, also known as “Golomb house” was built by the brothers Wolf (Volodya) and Yaakov Sharett in 1912 in the eclectic style renovated by architect Joseph Berlin in the 20s of the 20th century. The Shertok family lived there with their five children.
The building also served as the headquarters of the Hagana and hosted until the wee hours of the night the organization’s leadership that received some of the most important decisions on building settlements and security projects of the stockade and tower era, operations, the establishment of the Palmach and more.
By bus taxi or guided tour