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Attractions in Jerusalem

Check out the hundreds of attractions in and around Jerusalem. From internationally renowned institutions like the Israel Museum and Yad Vashem to holy and historical sites such as the Western Wall, Dome of the Rock and Church of the Holy Sepulchre, you’ll find all the information you need right here.

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Yad Lashiryon (Armored Corps) Museum
  • +972-2-626-5900
  • Latrun

Yad Lashiryon, Israel’s official memorial for soldiers from the Armored Corps who fell in combat, also happens to be one of the largest and most diverse tank museums in... Read more

The Temple Institute Visitor’s Center
  • 40 Misgav Ladach St, Old City, Jerusalem

See over 70 vessels, exquisite paintings, priest uniforms and more from the time of the Temples. Read more

  • 23 Yafo Rd, Jerusalem

Yaffo 23 is an art-space owned by the world-renowned Betzalel Academy of Art and Design. It is very hard to define Yaffo 23 as it aims to combine art... Read more

  • 10 Halamed-Hey St, Jerusalem

Founded in 1992 by the late Rabbi Michael ‘Mickey’ Rosen, Yakar is a unique member of the Jerusalem synagogue scene. The Yakar community, whose slogan is "tradition and creativity",... Read more

The Templar Cemetery
  • 41 Emek Refaim St, Jerusalem

One of Jerusalem’s quainter areas is in and around Emek Refaim Street, where a group of German Templar's – not to be confused with the Knights Templar – founded... Read more

The Cardo – Ancient Roman Street
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  • 10 HaKardo St, Jerusalem

The Cardo is an impressive colonnaded-style street in the Jewish Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem. Read more

  • Hadassah Medical Center, Ein Kerem, Jerusalem

The Hadassah Medical Center in Ein Kerem also houses a brilliant piece of Jewish art in the Chagall Windows that adorn the campus synagogue. The twelve magnificent stained glass... Read more

Zedekiah’s Cave (King Solomon’s Quarries)
  • Damascus Gate, Jerusalem

About 9,000 square-meters beneath the Old City houses lies a most remarkable cave, both in size and beauty. This legendary cave, known as Zedekiah's Cave, one of the... Read more

  • 56 King George St, Jerusalem

Jerusalem’s Great Synagogue is a majestic structure located on King George Street in the center of town. The Great Synagogue was established in 1982 after the adjacent Heichal Shlomo... Read more

The Israelite Tower – Jewish Quarter
  • Shonei Halakhot, Jerusalem

Excavations in the basement of a building in the Jewish Quarter after the Six-Day War revealed some of the foundations of a tower from Jerusalem’s First-Temple-era ramparts. The Israelite Tower,... Read more

The Jerusalem Artists’ House
  • 12 Shmuel Hanagid St, Jerusalem

One of the top contemporary art spots in the city, Jerusalem Artists' House features displays and activities for Jerusalem, Israeli and international art. Read more

  • Yemin Moshe, Jerusalem

Established in 1973, the Jerusalem Music Center (JMC) provides classical music lovers with a variety of concerts as well as a plethora of other programs dedicated to nurturing up-and-coming... Read more

  • Benedictine Abbey, Abu Ghosh

The Benedictine Monastery in Abu Ghosh has been in the village for about 1,000 years, since the time of the Crusades, and includes the Church of the Resurrection. According... Read more

  • 1 Kikar HaMuseon, Ma’aleh Adumim, jerusalem

The Moshe Castel Museum of Art displays works of art by Moshe Castel, and was opened on on the 100th anniversary of his birthday, in 1940. The museum is... Read more

Muristan Market and Aftimos Market
  • Muristan Rd, Christian Quarter, Old City of Jerusalem

Situated in the Christian Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, this complex of streets and shops have a tradition dating back to the second century BCE; legend has... Read more

  • 42 Agripas St, Jerusalem

Researchers, students and those who want to learn more about taxation will find the Museum of Taxes fascinating. Read more

Altogether 8
  • 11 Yoel Moshe Salomon St, Jerusalem

Altogether 8 is a gallery of 11 talented Israeli ceramic artists in the charming Nahalat Shiva area of Jerusalem. Established in 1990 (originally with eight ceramicists) the store is... Read more

Russian Compound
  • Migrash HaRussim, Jerusalem

One of the oldest sections of central Jerusalem, the Russian Compound includes the massive, striking Holy Trinity Church and several other buildings and courtyards. The compound, which is located... Read more

  • Shaar Habarzel, Jerusalem

The Small Wall - also known as the Little Western Wall or, in Hebrew, Hakotel Hakatan - is a Jewish holy site because it is a small part of... Read more

Israel’s Supreme Court Museum & Visitor’s Center
  • +972-2-675-9612 (02-6759612)
  • Sha'arei Mishpat, Jerusalem

The wheels of justice grind slow, which may explain why it took more than 40 years for Israel’s Supreme Court to move from the Russian Compound to a home... Read more