For a better understanding of the National Park Tel Hatzor, first visit the nearby museum at Kibbutz Ayelet Hashahar where you can see finds from the site and explanation of its history.
This museum also has a model of ancient Hazor.
Located at the entrance to Kibbutz Ayelet Ha’shchar, Hazor Museum was established by Ayala and Sam Zacks in 1966 and functions to exhibit findings uncovered during the Tel Hazor archaeological excavations of the 1950s. The exhibition, which was designed to the specifications of excavation director Prof Yigal Yadin, reflects Hazor’s importance as the major city in the Galilee during the Cana’anite and Israelite periods.
The museum’s permanent collection comprises 740 items housed in a display area of 285 square metres.
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