The building features a lovely courtyard in the style of an Arab khan (traveler's inn), crests of Scottish nobility, an Armenian ceramics room, and a copy of a 2,700-year-old silver scroll that was found nearby containing a priestly blessing in ancient Hebrew script.
Visitors are welcome to participate in fascinating tours that focus on the history of Jerusalem, the city’s unique arts and crafts communities and a stunning panoramic lookout of the city from the roof – enjoy a unique viewpoint of the Old City, the neighborhood of Yemin Moshe and more.
In the center see artisan workshops with their one of a kind creations including glassware, copper, jewelry, ceramics, contemporary Judaica and mosaic art. The center also has a gallery with rotating exhibitions. Conferences, lectures and cultural and music events are held on site. The Jerusalem House of Quality was established in 1963 with the aim of promoting Jerusalem artists and arts and crafts in Jerusalem. The institution was endorsed by Prime Minister Ben Gurion and President Ben Tzvi.
Today, the Jerusalem House of Quality continues with similar goals: to keep artists in Jerusalem and create a space for them to create, thereby maintaining a vibrant arts and culture scene in the city.
Events at Jerusalem House of Quality
At Jerusalem House of Quality, you can organize conferences and lectures, and participate in a variety of cultural events with a capacity of up to 120 guests. The venue for the events might be at the gallery (up to 70 guests) or in the picturesque courtyard of the House of Quality (120 guests). Among the services at your disposal:
- Private parking
- Catering services
- Restaurant / Bar / Cafe service
- Interpreter for Russian speaking groups
- Accessible building
- Air conditioning
- A space intended for exhibitions
- Free Wi-Fi