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Das Wohl Museum der Archäologie – Herodianisches Viertel

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Besuchen Sie 4 Sehenswürdigkeiten im Jüdischen Viertel zu einem Sonderpreis!

Kaufen Sie 1 Ticket und besuchen Sie 4 Sehenswürdigkeiten im Jüdischen Viertel:

  • Archäologischer Park Davidson
  • Die Hurva-Synagoge
  • Audio-visuelle Präsentation im Burnt Haus
  • Das Herodianische Viertel – Archäologisches Museum

Preis: 60 ILS für Erwachsene, 45 ILS für Kinder/Studenten/Soldaten/Senioren. Die Tickets sind gültig für bis zu 48 Stunden nach Kauf.

Für Reservierungen kontaktieren Sie: 072-3932801

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TripAdvisor ReviewsBasiert auf 20 Reisebewertungen
Top of my list for interesting museums in Old Jerusalem
TripAdvisor BewertungenÜberprüft auf December 28, 2017

The visual aspects of this museum are amazing. It has put everything into prospective for me. Admission price is reasonable and I would recommend purchasing the audio to get the max out of your visit. Easy to find

THE MUSEUM OF THE HERODIAN QUARTER
TripAdvisor BewertungenÜberprüft auf July 5, 2017

In the Jewish Quarter,m few rich houses of priests and noblemen from the Herodian pereiod all burned and ruined on the year 70AD NICE MOSAICSa glimpse to daily life in the time of the 2ND Temple

worth visiting (also known as Herodian quarter)
TripAdvisor BewertungenÜberprüft auf June 28, 2017

Incredible mosaic floors and ruins of upper class houses that are quite large and impressive form second temple period. You can even see part of a mosaic and a wall burned from the Roman invasion. Audio guide came with admission and was helpful. I was the only person in the entire site and had...

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Incredible mosaic floors and ruins of upper class houses that are quite large and impressive form second temple period. You can even see part of a mosaic and a wall burned from the Roman invasion. Audio guide came with admission and was helpful. I was the only person in the entire site and had it to myself one afternoon. I got the "nine attractions for 100 NIS" deal for many major sites that you can google more info for.

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Well worth a visit!
TripAdvisor BewertungenÜberprüft auf June 10, 2017

This is a lovely little museum, basically it shows people constructions of houses were people lived back in the Roman years. The museum has been built over these Roman constructions. You can see lovely mosaics. The staff at the entrance were very helpful with information and very fluent in English and French. There is...

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This is a lovely little museum, basically it shows people constructions of houses were people lived back in the Roman years. The museum has been built over these Roman constructions. You can see lovely mosaics. The staff at the entrance were very helpful with information and very fluent in English and French. There is a small fee, but it will give you a lovely experience. A visit to this museum can be complemented with a visit to the Burnt House, which is just a few minutes away, within the Jewish quarter.

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Excavation of six Upper City residences from the Second Temple period.
TripAdvisor BewertungenÜberprüft auf May 17, 2017

The Wohl Museum (Herodian Quarter) is an impressive archaeological site in the Jewish Quarter, offering a glimpse at the remains of an Upper City neighbourhood which was destroyed by the Romans at the end of the Jewish Rebellion in 70 AD. These large scale ruins were discovered and excavated between 1969-1982. At the Wohl...

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The Wohl Museum (Herodian Quarter) is an impressive archaeological site in the Jewish Quarter, offering a glimpse at the remains of an Upper City neighbourhood which was destroyed by the Romans at the end of the Jewish Rebellion in 70 AD. These large scale ruins were discovered and excavated between 1969-1982. At the Wohl Museum, you are able to walk on platforms above and within the excavation area of six large homes from the Second Temple period. This was an area inhabited by affluent, aristocratic and priestly families There are brochures, wall maps and and general information to help you understand what you are looking at. In addition to building foundations, there are surviving mosaic tiled floors and frescoed wall fragments you will see. Best to allow at least half an hour or more for your visit to the Wohl Museum. Note: You can purchase the Jewish Quarter special ticket (60 NIS per person) which includes entry to the Wohl Museum of Archeology (Herodian Quarter) as wel as the nearby Burnt House, Jerusalem Archaeological Park-Davidson Center and Hurva Synagouge. This combined ticket can save you a bit of money if you are intending to visit these four attractions. Note: Unfortunately, they don't allow photography inside the Wohl Museum.

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