The Museum of Taxes in Jerusalem is run under the Israeli Ministry
of Finance. The purpose of the museum is
to show visitors the history and importance
of tax and tariff collection.
Artifacts and documents in the museum date back to ancient Israel,
but they give information about recent tax history as well. The museum
identifies tax records in the Biblical period, during the Ottoman
Empire and during the British
For researchers or for those who want to learn more, the Museum of
Taxes also houses a reference library. The library is open to the public
and is free to use.
The Museum of Taxes is located at 32 Agron Street, Jerusalem.
Hours of Admission: Sunday through Thursday, 9am-3pm
There is an entrance fee.
Phone number: 972-2-6258978