In the summer of 1998 the Museum at the Aharonson residence was renovated. The museum was founded in 1956 and was one of Israel's first museums. The museum tells the heroic story of Nili the first underground jewish resistance that operated in Israel during the WWI.
The visitors experience during the tour the atmosphere of that era, learn about the state Israel was in at the time and especially get to know the heroes their agenda their cause and what they achieved through their operations. Moreover the visitors may view an amazing movie which has been translated to all languages.
The tour also includes a visit to the Aharonson family's residence, one of the founders of Zichron Ya'akov in 1882. These houses where bulit in the midst of the 19th century and have been perfectly preserved ever since, including original furniture and household. Even the bathroom where Sarah committed suicide where the Nili organization hid their weapons stands as it did back then. A marvelous museum telling a wonderful heroic and symbolic tale.