Built in 1934 over a well and set in sand dunes, Hosmasa- a Bauhaus styled building, served as a secret training base for the underground organization “Haganah” members from Holon and area, prior to the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948. What’s at the site: An interactive exhibition and tour allows visitors to experience a secretive atmosphere, learn about the “Haganah”, battle training and life in Holon before and during the war of independence.
For the general public: tour of the Hosmasa museum and garden, audio-visual presentation about the site. Extended tour may include additional historic sites, sculptor and story gardens.
For children: active search of “Sliks”- hiding places, experiencing old communications methods such as Morse code and Semaphore, training games. Visiting the museum: by registration only.
Check website or Facebook for date and time of Holidays activities. 53rd David Elazar St. Holon, 03-5050425, Museum@holonet.org.il