The Jerusalem Archaeological Park, adjacent to the Western Wall of the Temple Mount, gives visitors the opportunity to get acquainted with two millennia of Jerusalem history.
Encounter the fascinating remains of the various periods that give the city of Jerusalem her stamps on history, and walk in the footsteps of the Jewish pilgrims as they approached the Temple 2,000 years ago. Additionally, visit the early Islamic palace and climb up the Crusader-period watchtower.
The Jerusalem Archaeological Park’s Davidson Center displays archaeological finds from the site alongside computerized virtual models and films, rendering 2000 years of history at the foot of the Temple Mount.
Guided tours of the park and the virtual model must be reserved in advance (maximum of 35 people).