The Upper Galilee Museum of Prehistory is unique. It contains one of the most impressive collections of prehistoric stone tools in the world, as well as other archeological treasures from the Upper Galilee of Israel
In moshav Nahalal, at the private farm of the Avidov family, a slick (hiding place for weapons) from the days of the British Mandate can be found, which was disguised as a pit for containing the urine of cows from the nearby cowshed.
Israel's second president, Yitzhak Ben-Zvi, lived in a shack with his wife Rachel Yanait and his two sons, Eli and Amram. The shack was moved in the 1950s to Kibbutz Beit Keshet to serve as a memorial site for Eli, who was killed in the War of Independence while defending the kibbutz.
Today, the museum gives expression to the story of the colony from its inception, which today comprises a preserved historical exhibit including the eight founding houses, the perimeter wall, the school building and the Treidel farmhouse - that magnificent palace.