Israel was built on the ruins of World War II, and was running on the principle of simplicity. The exterior of the house was not distinctive, and the surrounding houses were happy to blend in. It is highly civilian, and Israel's founding fathers have made Israel, in a very short time, a great Middle East power.
The highlight of the history of the Bourne and the house is that they were named after Israel's first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion. This attraction is more or less what Ben Gurion was when he died, with a small room, simple decorated, containing nearly 20,000 books by the respected politician and his correspondence with different world leaders.
Ben Gutrian (1886-1973) is the founding father of Israel. This is his former home, the house is not big, the library is very large, it is said to have more than 20,000. There are also some items he used and his photographs with President Kennedy, Einstein and other famous people.
The former house of Israel's Prime Minister Ben Gurion has been turned into a museum. It is pretty much as it used to be when he died. The small rooms are simply furnished, and there is the famous 20000 books collection as well as all of Ben Gurion's correspondence with world leaders.
[view] quite historical [interest] need to be familiar with historical background [price/performance] recommended