The Masada Museum

The Masada Museum at Masada National Park — a great way to learn the site’s rich history on your next trip to Israel

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No trip to Israel would be complete without a trip to Masada.  The mountain is one of the most historical sites in the country and the new museum located at its base is something you shouldn’t miss.

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When most visitors come to Masada, typically in the morning hours, they cannot wait to either hike up or jump into the cable car to reach the fortress at the famed plateau.  But now there is something new there that must not be missed.  The Masada Museum is located at the base of the mountain and is a perfect way to learn about the site’s rich history, from the days of Herod the Great.

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The story of Masada is so dramatic that sometimes visitors forget that it is a true story about real people.  The archaeological evidence unearthed by Yigal Yadin in the 1960s paints an incredible picture of the everyday life of the men, women and children who lived over 2,000 years ago.  The museum is an excellent way to immerse yourself in the stories from days passed and to complete your Masada experience.

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Entrance to the museum is only 20 NIS (approx. $6) and includes an informative audio-guide that takes guests through the nine spaces at the museum.  Within these spaces, visitors will be introduced to life-size figures in each space that tell the tales of long ago.  You can’t miss the amazing artifacts that Yadin and his team dug up over half a century ago, including inscribed potsherds in immaculate condition, and a wide variety of other items and beautiful art.

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There are a total of three themes at the museum, but one that will stick in your mind for years to come is the reconstruction of the rebels’ living quarters, complete with clay pots, clothing, woven straw baskets, and loom weights, among other things.

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Don’t miss out on the Masada Museum at Masada National Park, the site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and no trip would be the same without seeing it.

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For more information about the Masada Museum or one of the other attractions in the area, visit

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Hours of Operation

From April until September: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

From October until March: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Fridays and Holidays: The museum closes 1 hour prior to the above times.

Cable Car Hours of Operation

From Saturday until Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Friday and Holidays: 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.