An escorted 3.5 hour, interactive, tour through the colorful Jerusalem Mahne Yehuda Street Market. At the end of the tour join a hands-on lesson in cooking a traditional, vegetarian Middle Eastern Meal & finish up with a great meal ...
An exciting attraction featuring over 385 beautifully crafted exact replica models of Israel's most important historical, religious, archeological and modern sites.
Above ground, the City of David is a vibrant center of activity with a visitor's center that welcomes visitors, deep underground, the place reveals some of the most exciting archeological finds of the ancient world.
The Western Wall Kottel Tunnels are an unforgettable journey through time, bringing back to life Jerusalem's glory from the time of King Herod to the Jewish people's longing for Jerusalem throughout the generations.
Panoramic Jerusalem city tour, ridining a double decker bus, offering views of around 85 major tourist and historical sites in Jerusalem. ONLINE TICKETING
Founded by Dr. Elie Borowski (1913 - 2003) it is a center for cultural and educational programs. It is the only museum in the world displaying the history of the biblical period in the various lands of the Bible.
The best introduction to 4,000 years of Jerusalem's rich and colorful history. Inside the guardroom of the citadel, the exhibition presents Jerusalem's history through a series of specially-designed models, illustrations... ONLINE TICKETING
A journey through the rich 3,000 years of the cities history. Star of “Fiddler on the Roof,” Chaim Topol plays the lead character who amid crashing ceilings, splashing water, and other special effects, leads us on ... ONLINE TICKETING
The Israel Museum is the largest cultural institution in the State of Israel and is ranked among the world’s leading art and archaeology museums.This summer the Museum has completed a most comprehensive upgrade of its 20-acre campus featuring new galleries, entrance facilities, and public spaces.
A unique Biblical Landscape Reserve in Israel, re-creating the physical setting of the Bible in all its depth. Halfway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, it is far more than a "garden" showing various biblical plants, Neot Kedumim embodies ...
Until the end of 1949 the meetings of the Provisional State Council (Moetzet Hamedina Hazmanit) were held at the Tel Aviv Museum, the "Kessem" cinema, and the "San-Remo" hotel. On 26 December 1949, the Knesset moved to ... Free guided tours in English.
The Jerusalem Municipality Square is called Safra Square after a Jewish Brazilian family, that was a major contributor to the project. Today the square, its large stone plaza, is used for various assemblies and events. Guided tours ...
The exhibition halls of the Temple Institute feature: the vessels and instruments that have thus far been constructed for use in the rebuilt Holy Temple, a 25-minute audio-visual presentation, scale models of the Second Temple, the outer altar ..
The Museum’s permanent collections includes one of the most important exhibitions of Islamic art in the world & the world-renowned Sir David Salomons 180 watches and clocks collection. ONLINE TICKETING
NEW in JERUSALEM! Saturday (Sabbath) Sightseeing Cycling Tour in Jerusalem. Small groups, relaxed atmosphere, suitable for individuals & families.
Qasr el Yahud, located on the road to Jericho from Jerusalem, is the third most important site for Christian pilgrims to the Holy Land. Considered as the site where John the Baptist baptized Jesus...
In 1984, the Rothschild Foundation (Yad Hanadiv) made a formal offer to the Government of Israel to donate a permanent building for the Supreme Court. The offer was gratefully accepted and an architectural competition ... Free guided tours in English ...
Nahalat Ha-Shiv'ah was established in 1869 by the Builders of Jerusalem Society. The seven buildings (Shiv'a = seven in Hebrew) had one major role and it was to extend the bounderies of Jewish settlement in Jerusalem ...
You'll be amazed when you come upon this large hidden oasis with its gardens and terrace restaurant/cafe right in the center of downtown West Jerusalem. Enjoy a range of Musical events & concerts.
Some historians identify this area with Efron, mentioned in the Bible. Today the Castel is known primarily for the role it played in 1948, when it was the battleground for the struggle over the route to Jerusalem.
Ein Hemed National Park has rolling lawns, a bubbling brook, a large Crusader-period building, and picnic tables. This is without a doubt one of the loveliest spots in the Jerusalem area.