Tourist Tip #237 The Prehistoric Man Museum at Ma'ayan Baruch

Israel is old. Really old. And on a little kibbutz way up in the northern valley, history buffs can lay eyes on some of the fascinating prehistoric artifacts unearthed from its ancient soil.

It doesn’t get more historic than Israel, from the Bronze Age to the Bible and on down. Not only has this tiny country been the stage for momentous events, but for thousands of years marauders and merchants crossed it as the only navigable land bridge between the great early civilizations of Egypt and Mesopotamia (modern Iraq). The well-trampled highroads of antiquity followed the water sources and the towns and...