The Lehi Museum, also known as Beit Yair, is in the house where the Lehi commander, Avraham Stern (Yair) was assassinated. The apartment where Yair lived in his last days has been preserved with its original furniture and the story of his life, work, achievements and murder are told. The museum also has exhibits about the organization’s history and operations.
The offices of the Lehi organization are located on the ground floor, where they are working to preserve and perpetuate the legacy of Lehi. The museum opened in 1985 and is operated by the Museum Department of the Ministry of Defense.
Hours: Sunday - Thursday, 16:00 - 08:30
Adult / Student - 20 NIS.
Youth (5-18) - 15 NIS.
Senior citizen / retiree IDF – 15 NIS
Disabled Social Security and hostilities - 10 NIS
Bereaved families: free.
Photo: Mitchell Bard