Located in a mountainous area about 30 kilometers southeast of Saida on a hill 70 Km from Beirut in the Nabatieh region, a unique scenery museum opened in south Lebanon in 2010.
From the first withdrawal of the Israeli army in 1985, until its final withdrawal in 2000, this 60,000 square meter area served as the strategic and military base of the resistance against Israel. It was the position from where thousands of military missions were conducted inside the Israeli occupation zone.
The museum was created in memory of the faith, endurance and free will of men, fighting against the Israeli occupation of their country by displaying captured Israeli tanks, Jeeps, helicopter parts, bombs, weapons and other Israeli army equipment.
You can as well visit the caves and forest from where the resistance operated and see displays of armed tanks, rockets, bombs and guns used in the fight against the enemy
Mleeta museum is a deeply political attraction, there is nothing quite like it in the whole of Lebanon.