From the late 19th century to the present, the Palestine Museum takes you on a trip through Palestine’s history. It is an ongoing display of Palestinian history, culture, and way of life, showcasing distinctive images, attire, and artifacts from Palestine while also utilising the personal experience and knowledge of the museum’s stewards. Read first-person descriptions of how life used to be and how it is today. The relationship Bristol shares with Palestine is also on display, featuring Banksy’s artwork as well as regional organisations like the Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls football teams. Spend some time watching videos or browsing the library.
There is a broad variety of fair trade Palestinian goods available for purchase, including olive oil, dates, za’atar, and one-of-a-kind handicrafts, to truly get a taste of Palestine.