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.
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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).
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.
The photographer Rainer Raczinski presents modernism through the lens of its Polaroid instant picture camera. By using the Instant Camera, unique pictures of urban landscapes are produced, based on the human visual perception. The photographer travels between three different locations – Los Angeles, Tel Aviv and Frankfurt … – Discover this photo-exhibition now in the Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv (until November 11, 2018).
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.