Battalions Museum, Moshav AvihilMuseums travel guide
The Battalions Museum – “Beit HaGadodim”, located at Moshav Avihil near Netanya. The museum is set in an impressively beautiful building, stands at the top of a hill overlooking the Hefer Valley and the Sharon.
The museum was founded by the veterans of the Jewish battalions from the First World War and it presents a chain of Jewish heroism and volunteerism.”Beit HaGadodim” was inaugurated in 1961 in the presence of veterans of the Hebrew Battalions headed by the President of the State Yitzhak Ben-Zvi and the Prime Minister and Minister of Defense David Ben-Gurion. In 2009, a wing was added to the house, displaying the volunteerism of the Jewish community in the Land of Israel for the British Army in World War II. In 2017, the display of the Hebrew regiments was renewed to mark the centenary year of the regiments.
Ben-Gurion Street, Moshav Avihil
Telephones: 09-8822212, 09-8629240
Visiting days and hours:
On Fridays – by prior arrangement for groups over 30 people.
To coordinate tours: