Egged Bus Museum invites you to Sukkot!
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The Egged Historical Center will open free of charge for families on Sukkot.
Visitors to the Center will be able to plunge into the atmosphere of the first days of the founding of the state and feel like passengers of the buses that served in those days. For children – this is an exciting journey, for adults – meeting with your childhood and youth.
You can go into the interior of many buses: marvel at the retro design, see a special driver's bag, a device for coins and a puncher with an individual puncture pattern that every Egged driver had. before the age of paper tickets, which many young Rav Kav cardholders no longer see.
Director and Founder of the Egged History Center Noah Slutsky is convinced that the most important events of the past can and should be told in simple
language, understandable to both adults and children, then the story will touch everyone's heart. “Most of the buses in the Center have their own story,” says Noah. Ford "Tepale" (Yiddish), one could often see in the 30s on country roads.
Shuttle between settlements, he delivered eggs, milk cans, chickens and vegetables. Nearby is the famous bus 2094, which was attacked the day after the declaration of the state of Israel; this attack at Nahalim Crossing started the War of Independence. First bus to go to Santa Catarina after the Six Day War; double-decker bus operated by "Egged" in the 90s”.
The historical center of Egged is located on Dan Shomron Street in Holon. It will be open on Sukkot from Tuesday to Friday from 11 to 14 October, from 8:30 to 12:00. Entrance and parking are free.
Address: Dan Shomron Street, Holon.
The Historic Center is open every Friday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm throughout the year.
Group visits are held on Sundays and Thursdays from 8:00 to 11:30
(by appointment only).
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