1. The Dagon Silo and Archaeoligical Museum is located on Plummer Square. This is one of the most unusual granaries in the world. Looking something like amodern Crusader’s Castle  it   stores a large percentage  of the country’s grain. A small museum is in the tourist center lobby.
  2. The Clandestine Immigration and Naval Museum can be found at 204 Allenby Stree The exhibits explain the story and struggle of immigrants who were trying to enter Israel during the British mandate.
  3. The National Maritime Museum  at 198 Allenby Street contains models of sea-going vessels from ancient days to the present.                                                                                                                  
  4. The Hecht Museum is located in the main building of haifa university. It has a permanent exhibit entitled people of israel.
  5. Elijah’s Cave; across Street from the Maritime museum, this cave is believed to be the refuge where the prophet hid from King Ahab and Queen jezebel. The cave is considered holy to jews, Christians and Muslims.
  6. The Mane-Katz Museum at 89 Yefeh Nof Street contains exhibits from the Paris jewish Expressionist Group.
  7. The Baha’i Shrine and Gardens are located halfway up mount Carmel on Haziyonut Avenue, southwest of the city. This is one of Haifa’s most impressive attractions. The shrine is the world center of the Baha’i faith and contains the tomb of the first prophet.

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