Beit Hashomer Museum was founded in 1968 in kibbutz Kfar-Giladi in order to present the history of Hashomer and Bar-Giora groups and their role in the settlement, weapon collection and defending the Yishuv.
Lehavot HaBashan, is a kibbutz in northern Israel. Situated in the Hula Valley around ten kilometres southeast of Kiryat Shmona.
HaZore’a הַזּוֹרֵעַ, is a kibbutz in northern Israel located in the western rim of the Jezreel Valley.
The museum was founded on 1951 and was the first museum in Israel to exhibit East Asian art from the collection that Wilfrid Israel accumulated during the 1920’s.
Menahemia, מְנַחֶמְיָה is a small village in the Jordan Valley in north-eastern Israel. Located between Beit She’an and Tzemah Junction 5 km south of Tzemah, near Highway 90.