Beit Abraham Krinizi
Abraham Krinizi, the first Mayor of Ramat – Gan left his private house to the Municipality of Ramat –Gan and they wisely turned it into a museum. In the museum there is an exhibition, using audio-visual aids, thar presents the history of Ramat-Gan interwoven with the biography of Abraham Krinizi.
The Museum of Israeli Art
The foremost among the city's museums, also occupies a distinguished position within the artistic community in Israel. Founded in 1987, it is the only museum of the country exclusively dedicated to Israeli art. Its objective is to promote contemporary Israeli art, exhibiting it next to works of art by Israeli artists that have become part of our classical artistic heritage.
This complex, adjoining the Museum of Israeli Art, comprises three houses in which the artists Kahana, Constant and Rapoport used to live. After the Artists died, the Ramat – Gan Municipality turned their homes into museums, thus realizing the wish of its first mayor Avraham Krinitzi to establish an art complex in the city. The Constant House turned into a sculpture gallery, the Kahana House became a studio of ceramics and the Nathan Rapoport House became the permanent home to the artist's renowned sculpture works.
Man and the Living World Museum
This unique museum, located in the heart of the National Park, features a variety of natural history exhibits, as well as a center for educational activity and cultural events. The exposition of the museum has a great effect on visitors. It is a lively description of nature and a human being in it. The exhibits are constantly changed. The newest technical aids are used.
Museum of Russian Art
The Maria and Michael Museum of Russian art from the early 20th century includes about 80 paintings' water colors, drawings and theatre design. They were created by the famous Russian artists like V. Serov, L. Bakst, A. Benois, N. Goncharova, M. Larionov, D. Stellezki and others.
The Harry Oppenheimer Diamond Museum
Situated in the heart of the Israeli Diamond Exchange, is the window to the Israeli diamond industry, reflecting the achievements of one of Israel’s largest export industries.
The museum targets a wide range of audiences including, manufacturers, exporters, employees of the diamond industry, buyers, local and international guests of the industry, tourists, children, youth, students and so forth. The museum is a visual information center, presenting the many aspects of the industry, with an emphasis on the accomplishments of the industry in Israel.
The museum’s permanent show displays information on the “creation” of a diamond, methods of diamond mining, the stages of processing & polishing and the unique features of the diamond. Aside from the permanent exhibition, there are also temporary exhibitions, many that are high profile including: The Russian Treasures Collection, The Amsterdam Jews Collection, The Treasures of Prague, Diamond Jewelry from the International De Beers Competitions and Replicas of the British Crown Jewels
The Maccabi Museum
The Pierre Gildesgame Sports Museum at Kfar Maccabiah, the Ramat –Gan sport villaga, documents the history of Jewish sports activity worldwide from 1898 onward, and the history of the Maccabi movement dating from the late 19thCentury to the present day. The museum tells the fascinating story of the Maccabi movement throughout generations, by means of video, films, computer facilities and audio-visual equipment available in three languages, as well as photographs, emblems, banners, medals and trophies. Part of the exhibition is dedicated to the Maccabiah games – the "Olympic Games of the Jewish People".
The Museum of Jewish Art
This museum was established in the Beit Yad Labanim (Memorial for the fallen IDF soldiers), to provide a permanent home for the works donated by the painter David Lubakovsky. The collection depicts scenes of Jewish "shtetl" life, based on writings by Shalom Alechem, and views of Vilna before and after its destruction during the Second World War. Lubakovsky immortalizes through his paintings the life of the Jewish communities in Eastern Europe, at their prime and during the Holocaust period of loss and destruction
The Yechiel Nahari Museum of Far Eastern Art
The Museum was opened in 1988 and is the only museum in Israel devoted to the arts and crafts of the Far East. exhibiting the donator's collection of art objects originating mainly from China and Japan, ranging in fate from the 13thcentury to the 20th century. It contains Buddhist statuary from a number of countries, ceramics, prints and paintings, bronze vessels, swords, furniture, textile and carvings in ivory, bamboo, wood and stone.