Tower of David Museum - Jerusalem highlights, sites & exhibitions
Tower of David Museum

Tower of David Museum

About
The best introduction to 4,000 years of Jerusalem's rich and colorful history. Inside the guardrooms of the citadel, the exhibition presents Jerusalem's history through a series of specially-designed models, illustrations, moving and static, and multi-media displays that relate the history in a chronological manner, focusing on the main events of each period.
 Located at the Jaffa Gate at the entry to the Old City of Jerusalem.

 

         Contact Tower of David Museum

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The Exhibition

The Tower of David Mueseum ensures that the special importance of Jerusalem to the three largest monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam is understood and appreciated, offering primary sources for the existence of Jerusalem as far back as the Canaanite period. Each room is devoted to a particular historical period and highlights the central events of the time.

 

 

 



 

New at the Museum
Soundscapes at the Tower of David Museum. The Tower of David Museum is proudly presenting the Soundscapes Exhibition in the Museum's Courtyard. It is a musical and magical exhibition that brings together archaeology, design, technology, sound, movement and light.

 

 

 

More at the Museum
Private events, conferences, receptions, weddings, Bar/ Bat Mitzvah celebrations can be hosted in this spectacular venue.

 

Regular Guided Tours of the Permanent Exhibition
In English: Sunday to Thursday at 11.00 am
In Hebrew: Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 10.30 am
In French: Tuesday at 11:00 am
♦ Guided tours are included in the entrance fee of the museum.

Opening Hours

September - June Sunday to Thursday 10:00 -16:00 Saturday, Holiday & Holidays eves 10:00-14:00 Friday - closed July - August Sunday to Thursday + Saturday: 10:00-17:00 Friday: 10:00-14:00

 

Getting there
By car  There is pay-parking at the Carta Carpark (closed on Sat. & festivals.)
By bus  line 20

 

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