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Fields of Tomorrow

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Fields of Tomorrow

Population growth and climate change threaten agricultural production and food availability. In “Fields of Tomorrow”, visitors are introduced to some of the most innovative scientific developments aimed at dealing with this looming danger. 


About the Exhibition

The world’s population is increasing at a rate of 2% per year. In addition to population growth, expert predictions of widespread flooding in some areas and drought in others make for a nightmare scenario on agriculture’s capacity to supply the growing need for food worldwide. 

What can we do about this? How do we ensure food security for everyone on the planet? Out-of-the-box thinking and groundbreaking solutions to food production increase our chances to save the world from hunger.

In “Fields of Tomorrow”, visitors are introduced to the scientific background, exhaustive research, and intriguing concepts being developed in Israel and the world in response to food production and supply issues.

The exhibition has three indoor experiential spaces: a field laboratory, a food laboratory and an information laboratory; as well as outdoor sites dedicated to food production – a hothouse, a net house and different types of agricultural land.


Erez R. Mizrachi

Such a rich museum! The kids can touch, learn and experience everything, and parents can have a great time too. Arrive early and not in season, otherwise the place is packed. Will definitely visit again when the kids are older

Arie Berkovitch

Very enjoyable. The kids moved from one exhibit to another. The museum encourages them to explore. Suitable for kids over 5 (younger kids don’t pay but there isn't much for them to do)

David van Gelder

Great museum, every exhibit is hands-on with clear explanations in Hebrew, English and Arabic. Fun and enjoyable for curious people of all ages. Nice, shaded areas to rest, eat and relax. Takes about 4 hours to cover everything


A world-class museum with entertaining interactive exhibits that educate children about scientific principles. Israeli hi-tech inventions are highlighted

Asaf C

Awesome place with so many things to see, do and learn. Fun for the whole family! The are plenty of exhibitions that demonstrate different physical and natural phenomenas. The place is clean and tidy, and easy to navigate. It also has guided tours. Parking could be a problem if you come late, but overall - highly recommended

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