Duration: 1.5 Hours
Price: 65 shekels per person
This tour is led by a tour guide and a talking puppet of Ilana Goor herself. Together we’ll tour the museum and learn about the different portraits that decorate the walls of this 18th-century building. We’ll answer the questions: What is a portrait, when did portraiture begin and why? Between all the portraits we’ll identify the portraits in which Ilana Goor herself is depicted. After the tour, we’ll create paper hand- puppet self-portraits.
*The tour requires an organized group minimum of 8 participants
Book the tour by phone 03-683-7676 ext. 32
or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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