A beautiful green open museum that teaches about illegal immigration to pre-state Israel.
Atlit Detainee Camp Open Museum is spread over a vast area. It is part of the original illegal immigrants’ camp that operated there between 1940 - 1948.
During the tour, you move between the various exhibits. You enter an original hut and a restored hut, an airplane, a ship that brought illegal immigrants to pre-state Israel, and more.
If you feel hungry after the tour – across the street, there is a small mall where you’ll find Marcus Pizzeria - thin and delicious dough with all the toppings you want.