Uri Geller Museum
The Uri Geller Museum will be open to the public at the end of 2020. The museum will include exhibition areas, in which art items that Uri has purchased or received from famous people around the world will be displayed. It will feature an archaeological display of the ancient soap factory that was discovered during the museum’s renovation. In addition, it will feature the famous Cadillac, embellished with 2,000 spoons that were bent by Uri and signed by celebrities such as John Lennon, Elvis, the Pope and others. There will also be a physical store and cafes next to the museum building.Sign up below to receive updates about the museum into your e-mail address.
The new Uri Geller museum is located in one of the most ancient buildings in the six thousand year old city of Old Jaffa. Outside of the museum stands an eleven ton bent spoon, measuring over 18 meters long, recently certified by Guinness World Records as the largest spoon in the world.
Inside the museum, the visitor will be stunned by a hugely varied collection of items relating to Uri Geller.
These include the Uri Geller Peace Cadillac, featuring over two thousand spoons (many belonging to important and notable figures) which has featured in many museums worldwide, including The Israel Museum in Jerusalem, American Visionary Arts Museum in the United States, The Jewish Museum in London and the Beaulieu National Museum in the UK.
Other items include Uri Geller’s 1963 Vespa, sculptures by Salvador Dali, items from David Bowie, John Lennon, Michael Jackson, Picasso, Andy Warhol, Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, Astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell and many more items connected to Uri Geller.
The museum will also feature an incredible discovery unearthed during the restoration of the one thousand year old building, an Ottoman era soap factory described by the country’s leading archaeologists as one of the best preserved examples on record!
There will also be a coffee shop with a beautiful terrace under the gigantic arches, overlooking the Mediterranean, and a shop selling original Uri Geller art work and other rare and limited edition items.
The anticipated opening date is the 11th November 2020, however you can purchase Uri Geller’s original artwork, original signed rare Daredevil comics featuring Uri Geller, and other limited edition items right now from the Uri Geller Museum online shop.