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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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  • Church of the Flagellation, Via Dolorosa St, Jerusalem

About the Via Dolorosa Via Dolorosa is a 15 minutes multimedia installation that utilizes sound, video, animation and lights to take visitors back in... Read more

  • Rachel's Tomb, Israel

The traditional burial site of the foremother Rachel, is holy to Jews, Muslims and Christians Read more

  • Derech HaOfel, Jerusalem

One of the last remnants of the Jewish Second Temple Read more

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  • 12 Yoel Moshe Solomon Street, Jerusalem

Experience the breadth of history and culture that has shaped Hebrew music through the ages at the one-of-a-kind Hebrew... Read more

  • 28 Pierre Koenig St, Jerusalem

Work with your team of friends or strangers to decipher the clues and escape the room! Read more

  • Derech David Banbanishty, Jerusalem

Jerusalem's newly-minted premiere venue for major sporting events, concerts, conferences and exhibitions. Read more

  • Gazelle Valley, Jerusalem

A 250-acre park and nature reserve that brings nature to the heart of Jerusalem Read more

  • Souq al-Qattanin, Muslim Quarter, Old City of Jerusalem

This market, Souq al-Qattanin in Arabic, in the Muslim Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, was a very impressive... Read more

  • David Street, Christian Quarter, Old City of Jerusalem

This is the most famous tourist market in the Old City. Often known simply as the “Arab Shuk”, its... Read more

  • Christian Quarter Road, Old City of Jerusalem

Located at the heart of the Christian Quarter, this road is one of the most colorful streets in the... Read more

  • Rooftop of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem

The site includes the seat of the Archbishop, three churches and a large well from the Byzantine period. Read more

  • Souk Khan al-Zeit, Muslim Quarter, Old City of Jerusalem

The Three Markets merge and meet, still inside the Muslim Quarter, on Olive Press Street (Beit Habad in Hebrew,... Read more

  • Next to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Old City of Jerusalem

A Russian church named after a Russian commander who was martyred. A patron of Czar Alexander III. Within the... Read more

  • Hutzot Hayotzer, Jerusalem

Displays of sculptures, paintings, embroidery and more are set in the charming alleyways of this old neighborhood. Read more

  • Across from Jaffa Gate, Mitchell Garden, Teddy Park, Jerusalem

Beautiful shows at Israel's only sound and light fountain. Read more

  • Beit Guvrin, Israel

The Beit Guvrin - Maresha National Park has 1250 acres of trekking, picnicking, and basking in the sunlight possibilities,... Read more

  • Zion Square, Jerusalem

Zion Square is the main plaza in Jerusalem’s city center. Situated at the junction of three main shopping and... Read more

  • City of David, Jerusalem

Discovered by a British officer by the name of Captain Warren, this system of water works is underneath the... Read more

  • Knesset, Kiryat Ben-Gurion, Jerusalem

The Knesset is the main legislative body of the Israeli government. Daily Tours are available in Hebrew, English,... Read more

  • Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem

One of the seven open gates of the Old City, Jaffa Gate serves as the main tourist entry point to... Read more