I found a small museum inside the Supreme Court Building.
It is called the Judicial Heritage Museum.
At the center of the above photo is Israel's Declaration of Independence. (We do not have a constitution.)
Surrounding it are all kinds of video presentations about legal matters.
The screens are better seen in the reflections up on the ceiling--a gift for James and his group at "Weekend Reflections."
I was the only person in the museum (maybe it was after opening hours, dunno, just walked in).
But when a group comes in for a tour, each person can pull out a seat and sit.
Maybe RuneE will count this as a bench for his "Bench on Friday"?
The furniture in the Supreme Court Building was designed by the architects themselves.