The Bloomfield Science Museum is located in Jerusalem on Sderot HaMuze'onim 3 (3 Museum Boulevard), near the Edmond J. Safra Campus - Givat Ram at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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Getting to the Bloomfield Science Museum by car
From Tel Aviv: When you arrive at the entrance to the city, turn right onto Herzl Boulevard. At the second traffic light (before the row of hotels), turn left onto Yitzhak Rabin Boulevard. Cross Begin Highway and take the first right onto Natanel Lorch Street. At the first traffic light, turn left, and then take the right in the direction of the university. Exit left on the traffic circle. You will soon see the Science Museum on your left.
Getting to the Bloomfield Science Museum by bus/ light rail:
Bus 35: From Mt. Herzl, Malha Mall, and Malha Train Station. The bus stops at the entrance to the museum.
Bus 14: From Jerusalem Central Bus Station to Malha Mall. The bus stops at the entrance to the museum.
Bus 7: From Kibbutz Ramat Rachel through the city center. The bus stops at the entrance to the museum.
Bus 9: From Romema to Givat Mordechai, through Mordehai A'Liash Street (between Agripas St. and Ben Yehuda St.) and Rehavia. The bus stops at the entrance to the museum.
Bus 66: From Pisgat Ze'ev, through Damascus Gate (Old City), Musrara, Machane Yehuda Market, and the Central Bus Station. The bus stops at the entrance to the museum.
Bus 68: From Har HaTzofim (Mount Scopus), through Ramat Eshkol and the Central Bus Station. The Joint/ Balfour St. stop is a 5-minute walk from the museum.
Bus 100: Direct from Tel Aviv, from Shapirim Parking direct to Kiryat HaMemshala (Governmental Campus) in Jerusalem. Bus-only lanes allow for a relatively faster travel time from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Getting to the Bloomfield Science Museum by train:
The closest train station is Malha. Take Bus 14 or Bus 66 to the museum.
The Bloomfield Science Museum in Jerusalem is committed to promoting full accessibility to all its facilities and spaces for visitors with disabilities.
Below is a description of our accessibility options.
Building and parking accessibility
The museum is located on Sderot HaMuze'onim 3 (3 Museum Boulevard), Jerusalem. The main entrance is accessible through an access ramp. It can also be reached from the bus stop and the stairs leading from the parking lot.
An additional accessible entrance is located near the far end of the parking lot. Please call the number on the door upon your arrival.
The parking lot has two accessible parking spaces, as well as two van-accessible parking spaces near the main entrance for safe pickup and drop-off.
Once inside the museum, all spaces and facilities are fully accessible.
Restrooms are located in every wing of the museum, and include accessible toilet stalls.
The museum’s two elevators provide access to every space and floor, including our administrative offices and the museum’s workshop.
The museum offers discounted tickets to disabled persons with a disability card.
The main ticket counter is lowered and accessible, and equipped with an assistive listening system.
The Information Desk in the lobby is accessible and staff is trained to cater to the special needs of our visitors. Our tour guides are happy to assist visitors requiring assistance.
Seating arrangements allow visitors to pause and rest in different areas of the museum, including exhibition spaces.
The main ticket counter has wheelchairs that visitors can borrow free of charge.
Service dogs are allowed into the museum.
The museum has three diaper changing stations: in the restroom at the children’s wing, in the women’s restroom at the lobby, and adjacent to the restroom in Wing B.
Nursing room: A dedicated breastfeeding room is located in Wing B, 1st floor. Access through the blue elevator.
Accessibility for visitors who are blind or visually impaired
Voice-guided systems: an information and orientation STEP-HEAR system is installed throughout the museum to help guide visually impaired visitors. The system enables visitors to tour the museum independently by installing the STEP-HEAR app on their phone. All museum exhibits are hands-on and interactive.
Accessibility for visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing
The main ticket counter is fitted with an assistive listening system for visitors with hearing loss. An assistive listening system is also installed in the auditorium.
Visitors may borrow assistive listening devices on guided tours. Advanced notice is required.
Sign language interpretation is available on Thursdays (not including holidays), 4 p.m to 6 p.m, including guided tours for every activity offered by the museum during these hours (tours/demos/workshops). Please book this activity at least 14 days in advance with our Accessibility Coordinator Shir Peri by e-mail at email@example.com
The main ticket counter is lowered and accessible.
From the main entrance, all museum exhibitions areas and facilities are accessible.
Accessibility for visitors with cognitive disabilities
The museum offers tablets with written, easy-to-read explanations about chosen exhibits in every exhibition. Please ask our tour guides for a tablet.
Adapted guided tours in simple language are provided on Tuesdays (not including holidays), 4 p.m to 6 p.m, for every activity offered by the museum during these hours (tours/demos/workshops). Please book this activity at least 14 days in advance with our Accessibility Coordinator Shir Peri firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Accessibility Coordinator is certified by Access Israel.
All museum guide tours and staff have been trained to cater to visitors with special needs.
Accessible phone service
Our phone number is: 02-6544888.
Phone center: our call routing is devoid of background music, and our phone center is manned during opening hours.
People with disabilities who cannot use or talk on the phone are welcome to contact us by e-mail or on our Contact Us page.
The museum has a designated “quiet time” for families of children with special needs, so that every visitor can enjoy a supportive museum experience adapted to their needs.
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Please feel free to contact our Accessibility Coordinator Shir Peri with any question or request by e-mail at email@example.com
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