The parking lot had some IDF vehicles, old armor from the Israeli Defense Force.
Here's a Russian T 34 /85
Forward hatch and compartment; as you can see on the picture above, the opening is pretty small
Some nice details come in handy once you start modeling this bad boy!
and a pic of the information sheet. Every vehicle in the museum has it, and I loved reading where the actual vehicles came from.
Don't remember what tank this was, but this gives a good idea of the addition of extra armour. For modeling purposes, that should be easily replicable with greenstuff.
The museum has a large WW2 weapon collection. Here's a Russian RPG, still in use in many conflicts
and a British PIAT
Here's a Russian T34/76, built in 1942
again, with nice details in case you ever would want to build one in scale!
And here's a British Churchill
The museum has countless modern tanks as well, vehilces from all over the world, including Leopards, Challengers, Russian SCUD missiles and much, much more. Please give them a visit, the nicest people, all volunteers, running the visiting days. Remember, send them an email with your visit plan, since the place is NOT open except for appointment.
Here's the website: MVTF
Hope you enjoyed this!