The Be'er Sheva ANZAC Memorial Centre

Learn the story of the Australia New Zealand Army Corps (ANZACs), who bravely conquered Beersheba on behalf of the British in 1917, an important milestone on the road to an independent Jewish state in 1948.

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Location: Ostrovsky 4, Be'er Sheva
Opening hours:
Sunday – Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Last entry at 4:00 PM)
Friday - Saturday: for groups of 25+ participants only.
Groups' visits must be reserved!

30 participants' tour can start every 30 minutes.
Tours of 60+ participants lasts an hour and a half.
Entrance fee:
Adult: 34 NIS
Senior Citizen/Student/Be'er Sheva resident/Disabled: 25 NIS
Youth (under 18): 20 NIS
Organized tour: 27 NIS per person
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About the ANZAC Memorial Centre

The ANZAC Memorial Centre stands adjacent to the Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery in Beersheba. In the presence of the prime ministers of Israel and Australia, and the New Zealand Governor General, the memorial centre  was inaugurated on October 31st, 2017 - the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC conquest of Beer Sheva.
In a cutting-edge interactive visitor experience, the center tells the story of this important chapter of the history of the land of Israel, and puts the visitor in the shoes the young soldiers who fought here 100 years ago, thousands of kilometers away from home.