SINCE 2000

ADDRESS
77 Dizengoff St.(+972)3-522-0249
Tel Avivinfo@bauhaus-center.com

OPENING HOURS
Sunday–Thursday10:00 – 19:00
Friday10:00 – 14:30
Saturday10:00 – 19:30
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Tel Aviv’s “White City” is a breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has been reclaimed so because of its unique collection of Bauhaus architecture. Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv is the city’s center for exploring, learning and experiencing this marvellous piece of culture.

WE KNOW TEL AVIV. YOU GET TO KNOW IT TOO.

Tours & Audio Guides

Join a guided tour, or pick up our Audio Guide at the center. We are Tel Aviv’s original Bauhaus Center offering White City Tours in 6 languages. Find out more and get in touch!

Gallery & Info-Center

We host a permanent Bauhaus exhibition and changing architecture, design and art show (free entry for all). Check our Gallery Section to see what’s on.

Shop & Online Orders

In our Bauhaus Book & Design Shop we offer a wide selection of products, from vintage posters to our Bauhaus Center books. Find our most popular items also here in our Online Shop.

Bauhaus Tour, Tel Aviv

The Original Tour – Every Friday at 10am

Our tour is the best way to understand the virtues of Tel Aviv’s unparalleled architecture and urban landscape. We offer most professional tours in numerous languages by expert guides, together with the Israeli National Committee for UNESCO.

More than 50,000 people have enjoyed our tours in the past 20 years. We also provide audio guides for walking tours in six languages. All our tours start with our comprehensive Bauhaus Center Movie.

Our Weekly Bauhaus Tour starts every Friday at 10:00 at the Bauhaus Center (Dizengoff Street 77, Tel Aviv).

Learn more about the Bauhaus City Tour & Audio Guide

About Us

Bauhaus Tours, Shop, Gallery since 2000

The Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv was established in 2000. Its goal is to expand public recognition of the “White City” as a unique architectural and cultural site.

The center holds a gallery with a permanent collection and changing exhibitions, conducts tours of the city and publishes books dedicated to the subject. We cooperate with UNESCO, the municipality of Tel Aviv-Yafo and institutions, museums and galleries world-wide.

Exhibitions of the Bauhaus Center have travelled the world, and the center has been featured extensively in media reports and travel literature.

Learn more about the Bauhaus Center

OPEN 7 DAYS
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Holidays
10:00 – 19:00
10:00 – 14:30
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ADDRESS
77 Dizengoff St.   –   Tel Aviv
(+972) 3-522-0249
info@bauhaus-center.com
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“Don’t miss the Bauhaus Center’s two-hour walking tour, conducted in English, Hebrew and German.” – TIME MAGAZINE

“Founded in 2000, the Bauhaus Center is a dynamic mix of exhibition space, museum and a shop dedicated to Bauhaus-influenced and original Israeli designs…” – HAARETZ

“Shlomit Gross loves her city. The co-founder of the Bauhaus Center in Tel Aviv shares her enthusiasm with the groups of tourists she takes through Israel. Most of them want to see Jerusalem, Haifa or Lake Genezareth. Unfortunately, only very few are aware that Tel Aviv has one of the largest collections of Bauhaus buildings…” – DW DEUTSCHE WELLE

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Now Showing at Bauhaus Center, Tel Aviv

Exhibitions at Bauhaus Center (Free Entry)

Dima Gorbachev: Modernist Graphic Design – Originals

Dima Gorbachev is a Bauhaus Center collaborator for years. His work is influenced by artists such as El Lissitzky, Alexander Rodchenko, Paul Klee and Marcel Breuer. The artist’s inspiration can offer an explanation for the unique combination of art and design. Discover Dima Gorbachev’s work in the Bauhaus Center Gallery from August 23 2018 in this exhibition curated by Alisa Veksler.

Permanent Exhibition: Bauhaus Preservation and Renewal

Our permanent exhibition Preservation And Renewal: Bauhaus And International Style Buildings In Tel Aviv displays color photographs of recently renovated buildings in the White City alongside historic photographs and architectural plans.

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