The Atlit Repatriate Museum is named after Moshe Sne. Several barracks have been restored on its territory and a disinfection building has been preserved. Barracks showing living conditions have been restored, several armored buses from the British Mandate and a watchtower are on display. In one of the barracks there is an electronic database that includes first and last names who were in the camp of the new reptrians. In 2006, a program was approved to expand the museum and introduce new exhibits. One of the historical ships from the time of the illegal emigration of KhaApala "Galina" was installed in the camp and a film about the events of those days is being broadcast. Translated with Google Translate
Atlit is a small town south of Haifa. In the shadow of the capital of North, Atlit is an unremarkable province. However, acquaintance with this place will amaze us with the diversity and depth of the events that took place here. Let's start, oddly enough, with the cemetery. Knights and pilgrims are buried there. This is the only cemetery in the Middle East from the Crusades' time in such good condition. Then our path will run to the refugee camp, which has become an immigration museum. Here we are, witnesses, for the incredible fate of people, secret paths of illegal immigration, and a really recreated atmosphere of those years: the presence of barbed wire, guard towers, disinfection, and wooden barracks tarred by the scorching sun. Then, after a short picnic, we will climb to the ruins of the Crusader fortress De Strua. These are the only sites associated with the history of the Crusades that can be visited in Atlit today. And finally, we will go to the secret azure lagoon, where you can swim and find the shells of the famous mollusk, which gave itself the most expensive and prestigious paint of the ancient world - purple.