On the village square is this museum dedicated to one of the founders of the Dada movement. The Romanian-born Marcel Janco had already established a considerable professional reputation by the time he moved here in 1941. The museum houses a permanent collection of the artist's work in various media, reflecting Janco's 70-year output both in Europe and Israel. A 20-minute slide show chronicles the life of the artist and the Dada movement, and the DadaLab offers hands-on activities for children. Don't miss the view from the roof.
Near the village square, Ein Hod, 30890, Israel