Free guided tours take place on every Thursday, at 11:00 A.M..
Hear the story of the National Library from its inception at the end of the 19th century to its renewal in the 2000s. The guided tour includes a visit to the rotating exhibition that presents original items from the library's collection, a viewing of the giant colorful stained glassed windows made by the artist Mordecai Ardon, a visit in the Eran Laor Map Collection where ancient maps of Jerusalem and Israel are displayed, as we all as a glimpse of the plans for the new Library building being built as we speak at the National Quarter.
Target Audience: Adults
Duration: 1 hour
Number of participants: 5-25 people
Pre-registering is required in order to take part in the tour. The tour will take place with a minimum of 5 participants.