Those who love architecture won't want to miss this one-room museum on historic Bialik Street. It occupies the ground floor of an original Bauhaus building, built in 1934 and home to the Bauhaus Foundation. Visitors discover that the pristine lines and basic geometric forms typical of the Bauhaus school extend to everyday objects as well, from furniture to light fixtures to glazed stoneware. There's even a door handle designed by Walter Gropius (1883–1969), founder and
first director of the Bauhaus.
21 Bialik St., Tel Aviv, 63324, Israel