The Ralli Museums in Caesarea are part of five Ralli Museums in the world, they were founded by Harry Recanati. The main aim of the museums is to disseminate contemporary Latin American art. Appreciating the Latin American surrealism, the folkloric motifs and the figurative emphasis, can grasp the importance of these great works of contemporary art.
The first Ralli Museum in Caesarea was built in a Spanish colonial style that fits the pastoral landscape of Caesarea. The museum has five exhibit halls as well as several octagonal patios with a central fountain. The floor is made of red terracotta tiles and frames consisting of strips of wood and white tiles with a motif of blue clover leaves.
The second museum commemorates the great golden age of Spanish Jewry. The building has four stories, and the exhibits consist of paintings with Biblical themes created by European artists in the 16th to 18th centuries.
Both museums effectively integrate the visual arts: architecture, sculpture and painting.