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10% discount for the whole group at The Secret Room!
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  • 16 Yoel Moshe Solomon St, Jerusalem

A new escape room adventure in Jerusalem... Are you up for the challenge? Read more

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  • 1 Azaria St, Jerusalem

Come play at the first Laser Tag attraction in Israel and bring your laser fighting skills to the next... Read more

Discover evidence and remains dated back to the First Temple period and up until the Byzantine period in Israel.... Read more

Beautiful view of Jerusalem Mountains from Yair Lookout - a memorial site designed by artist Ran Morin. Read more

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  • Omri's Ranch, Ora, Israel

Enjoy the most unique experience in the picturesque Jerusalem Hills with a variety of horseback riding and other activities... Read more

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Enjoy the perfect relaxing experience at one of the leading rural country clubs in Israel! Read more

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Come and learn how to live in a healthy, ecological, and organic life style at Eyal's farm - an... Read more

Stroll along beautiful walking routes surrounded by the stunning sights of the Jerusalem Mountains, the Herodium, the Judean Desert... Read more

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Take part in a fascinating adventure and discover the stories behind the archeological treasures and the ancient stones in... Read more

Hezekiah’s pool is an impressive water storage pool, apparently dating back to the era of the Second Temple. It... Read more

David’s Citadel is the remnants of an ancient citadel from the times of Herod. It is one of the... Read more

This is one of the eight gates of the Ottoman wall, built during the 16th century in the days... Read more

The Flowers Gate, one of the gates in the walls of the old city, was built during the 16th... Read more

This is an impressive gate leading to the Temple Mount. The passage from this gate to the Temple Mount... Read more

This is one of the eight gates surrounding the old city of Jerusalem. This gate connects the Jewish quarter,... Read more

This is one of the eight gates in the old city’s walls, built during the 16th century by the... Read more

The Western Cardo is the remnants of the main street which crossed Jerusalem during the Roman- Byzantine era. Jerusalem... Read more

The Kishle compound was established by Mohamed Ali, the ruler of Egypt, and his son Ibrahim Pasha, in 1833.... Read more

The Armenian Quarter is the smallest among Jerusalem’s Quarters, and it is actually an ancient monastery and the abode... Read more

Behind the gates of the Franciscan Monastery San Salvatore, “the holy savior”, is a spacious compound. This is the... Read more

Al Khanqa al-Salahiyya is a mosque located within the Christian Quarter, near the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. The... Read more

The lady Tonshuk, daughter of Abdalla El- Mathferia, was the wife of the Mameluke leader Muthafar A-Din. At the... Read more

Dir A-Sultan is an Ethiopian monastery on the roof of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. At the center... Read more

The Austrian Hospice is an impressive hospice for pilgrims, established in 1863. The hospice was built in an important... Read more

The Khalidi Library is an impressive building in the Shalshelet St., built in 1246 and renovated in the 14th... Read more

On both sides of the alley stands the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate, the oldest of Jerusalem’s Patriarchates. Its flags can... Read more

This place serves as the abode of the representative of the Greek Catholic Patriarchate (which is situated in Damascus),... Read more

This is a wide compound, housing the representative of the Vatican in the Holy Land, the Latin patriarch. The... Read more

Khan Al Sultan is an ancient Khan in which merchants, pilgrims and passers-by used to stay. It is estimated... Read more

This compound contains two interesting sites: Saint Anne’s Church, which stands on the right side and its entrance is... Read more

The Russian Church named after Alexander Nevsky was built between the years 1896-1903. Alexander Nevsky was a Russian military... Read more

This church is the first Protestant church that was built in Jerusalem, and in fact, the first church that... Read more

This is the center of the Syrian-Orthodox community known as the “Syrian” community, founded by the apostle Peter, and... Read more

The Makhkame is a magnificent Islamic madrasa founded by the Mameluke Emir Tankiz in year 1328/9. Following the Mameluke... Read more

This is a Catholic nunnery, housing a hospice and an international learning center. Its construction was completed in 1860.... Read more

A public water facility was built under the order of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, with decorations from the Middle... Read more

A public water facility that was built under the order of the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, combined with... Read more

This sebil is a public water facility that was built during the 16th century, one of the 6 sebils... Read more

This street is one of the most authentic and fascinating markets in the old city. The market caters to... Read more

The Armenian Church is ancient. The church is located in the Armenian Quarter, which was built as a monastery... Read more

The Ecce Homo Arch is an impressive arch made of stone, built above the Via Dolorosa Street. This ancient... Read more

This arch is decorated with a “pillow” decoration, located in the Christian Quarter Road, at the heart of the... Read more

The three alleys are narrow and roofed- The Butchers’ Market, the Perfume Market and the Goldsmiths’ Market. These alleys... Read more

The Avtimus Market was built by the Greek Orthodox Church in the beginning of the 20th century as a... Read more

This is an impressive market built during the 14th century, in the days of the Mameluke Emir Tankiz. It... Read more

The story of the Jewish Quarter is a story filled with vicissitudes, which spreads across many historical eras. Thousands... Read more

  • 18 Shlomtziyon Hamalka St, Jerusalem

A downtown Jerusalem art gallery featuring works by David Rakia and other established and rising Israeli artists Read more

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  • St 58 Chabad, the Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem

A special keepsake and memorable from the Old City and the Holy Land! Read more

  • The Western Wall, Jerusalem

A retaining wall of the Temple Mount, the Kotel is a spiritual center for Jews around the world. Read more

  • Church of the Holy Sepulchre, old city, Jerusalem

The place where Jesus was crucified, buried & resurrected is the holiest of sites for Catholics. Read more

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  • Mount Herzl, Jerusalem

The most comprehensive and moving Holocaust museum and memorial in the world. Read more

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  • Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem

The Tower of David , also known as David’s Citadel, is one of Jerusalem’s most well-known sites and rests... Read more

  • The Western Wall, The Old City, Jerusalem
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Take a tour underground, into the tunnels that expose ancient Jerusalem in all its glory. Read more

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  • City of David, Jerusalem

Visit the City of David! The original biblical city of Jerusalem. Enjoy an archeological experience and see how biblical... Read more

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  • Conrad Schick St, Jerusalem

A popular Protestant pilgrimage destination, the tomb is a quiet place, perfect for reflection. Read more

  • Via Dolorosa Street, Old City, Jerusalem

The Stations of the Cross are 14 points along the Way of the Cross in the Old City leading... Read more

  • 11 Derech Ruppin, Jerusalem

Israel Museum is the country’s largest cultural institution, comprising several wings and large collections of art, archaeological findings and... Read more

  • Derech Haofel, Jerusalem

The Jerusalem Archaeological Park, adjacent to the Western Wall of the Temple Mount, gives visitors the opportunity to get... Read more

  • 16 King David St, Jerusalem
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A unique art gallery in downtown Jerusalem dedicated to contemporary Israeli art Read more

  • HaKotel St, 1, Jerusalem

The Chain of Generations Center relates the fascinating story of the Jewish people through 3,500 years – from exile... Read more

  • 26 King David St, Jerusalem

One of Jerusalem's most important cultural and community centers Read more

  • 21 Shmuel Stephan Weiz St, Museum Row, Jerusalem

Learn about the cultures of the ancient Near East through priceless treasures from almost every era of civilization in... Read more

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  • 1 Derech Aharon Sholov, Jerusalem

The zoo offers plenty of special activities for children – a petting area, guided feedings, story and creative workshops,... Read more

  • Church of the Nativity, Manger Square, Bethlehem

The traditional site where Jesus of Nazareth was born Read more

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  • Temple Mount, Jerusalem

The Temple Mount is considered a sacred site by all three monotheistic religions and a trip to Jerusalem is... Read more

  • Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Temple Mount, Old City of Jerusalem

The Temple Mount mosque has a tile-covered facade and 14 Romanesque arches. Read more

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  • Hakaraim St, Jerusalem

The largest roofed archaeological site in Israel, this museum reveals the splendor of Herod's time and the lifestyle of... Read more

  • Alrov Mamilla Avenue, 6 Yitzhak Kariv St, Jerusalem
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Embark on a fascinating multi-media journey to the secrets of Jerusalem! Available in 8 languages! Read more

  • Shderot HaMuzeonim, Givat Ram, Jerusalem

A hands-on museum that focuses on experiential, and fun, learning. Read more

  • 20 Yosef Rivlin St, Nahalat Shiva, Jerusalem

The Friends of Zion Museum in the heart of Jerusalem -- a beacon of light and platform for fighting... Read more

  • Latrun, Israel

Opened in 2001, Mini Israel in Latrun near to Jerusalem showcases hundreds Read more

  • 2 Hapalmach St, Jerusalem

Come face to face with the world of Islamic art, including the intriguing Sir David Salomons Collection of time... Read more

  • Souk Al Lakhamin, Jerusalem

The three markets are: Butchers’ Market - Souk Al Lakhamin, Spice/Perfume Market - Souk al-Attarine, Goldsmiths’/Jewelry Market - Souk... Read more

  • 11 Bezalel St, Jerusalem

The cultural home in Jerusalem for independent theater, music and dance productions. Read more

  • 11 Hebron Rd, Jerusalem

Enjoy over 1,200 movie screenings annually alongside an abundance of quality cultural and film programs. Read more

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  • Kibbutz Tzuba, Jerusalem Hills, Israel

Dozens of games, activities and more for the whole family spread over 30 acres Read more

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  • 6 Nahon Street, Jerusalem

The Begin Museum is not just a museum, it's an experience. Using the life story of the 6th Prime... Read more

  • 14 Gdalyahu Alon St, Jerusalem

Hansen House is Jerusalem's newest center for art and design. Read more

  • Lions Gate, Jerusalem

The Church of St. Anne is located near the Lion's Gate in the Muslim Quarter of the Old City Read more

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  • 12 Hebron Road

Get an up-close look at Jerusalem's Judaica art as well as the artists themselves Read more

  • King David's Tomb, Mount Zion, Jerusalem

The Room of the Last Supper, also called the Cenacle, is where Jesus and his disciples shared their last... Read more

  • 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

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  • 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

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  • Jaffa Gate, Old City, Jerusalem

The easiest form of transportation from Jaffa Gate to the Jewish quarter and Western Wall. 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

  • Edmond J. Safra Campus, Givat Ram

Thousands of treasures outline the history of the Jewish People and Israel. 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

  • Zion Gate, Old City, Jerusalem

Zion Gate, on the south side of the wall, leads in the direction of Mount Zion Read more

  • Hanetziv St, Jerusalem

Call it a village within a city, the SoHo of Israel, or Tzfat in Jerusalem, the neighborhood of Nahlaot... Read more

  • Lion's Gate, Old City, Jerusalem

Lion's Gate, one of the entrances to the Old City of Jerusalem. The entrance is also renowned worldwide for... Read more

  • Christian Quarter, Old City, Jerusalem

A main center of Christianity, the Christian Quarter in the Old City is filled with a variety of churches,... Read more

  • Mount Zion, Jerusalem

Mount Zion, a hill just outside the walls on the southern end of the Old City. Among the important... Read more

  • 2 Dover Shalom St, Jerusalem
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Jerusalem’s Belz Great Synagogue is an extravagant, massive structure is the largest synagogue in Jerusalem. Read more

  • 16 King David St, Jerusalem

The heritage center is in one of the most beautiful buildings in Jerusalem with views overlooking the Old City.... Read more

  • 12 Agripas St, Jerusalem

Set up in 2004, the Agripas 12 Cooperative Gallery in Jerusalem, functions independently on the basis of cooperation between... Read more

  • 20 Derech Shchem, Jerusalem

Situated a few minutes' walk from the Damascus gate to the Old City, St. George's Cathedral, established in 1899,... Read more

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  • 14 Ibn Gabirol St, Jerusalem

Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi is an institute of research, culture and education, established by a 1969 Knesset law. The institution... Read more

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  • Latrun

Yad Lashiryon, Israel’s official memorial for soldiers from the Armored Corps who fell in combat, also happens to be... Read more

  • 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... 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... Read more

  • 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 –... Read more

  • 10 HaKardo, 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... Read more

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  • Damascus Gate, Jerusalem

About 9,000 square-meters beneath the Old City houses lies a most remarkable cave, both in size and beauty.... Read more

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  • Ein Yael , Jerusalem

Ein Yael is situated the Emek Refaim valley in the heart of nature on the outskirts of Jerusalem. 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... Read more

  • 89 Hayehudim Rd, Jerusalem

The first rebuilding of the synagogue was in 1864, and this time it remained standing for quite a bit... Read more

  • Shonei Halakhot, Jerusalem

Excavations in the basement of a building in the Jewish Quarter after the Six-Day War revealed some of the... Read more

  • 12 Shmuel Hanagid St, Jerusalem

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

  • Yemin Moshe, Jerusalem

Established in 1973, the Jerusalem Music Center (JMC) provides classical music lovers with a variety of concerts as well... Read more

  • 20 Marcus St, Jerusalem

One of Israel’s major orchestras, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra is known for their performances of the finest music -... 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... 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... Read more

  • 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... 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

  • 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.... Read more

  • Migrash HaRussim, Jerusalem

One of the oldest sections of central Jerusalem, the Russian Compound includes the massive, striking Holy Trinity Church and... Read more

  • Shaar Habarzel, Jerusalem

The Small Wall - also known as the Little Western Wall or, in Hebrew, Hakotel Hakatan - is a... Read more

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  • Sha'arei Mishpat, Jerusalem

The wheels of justice grind slow, which may explain why it took more than 40 years for Israel’s Supreme... Read more

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  • Motza, Israel

The Yellin House was built in 1890 by Joshua Yellin, son of a family from Jerusalem’s Old City. Yellin... Read more

  • Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem

The Tiferet Yisrael Synagogue was the most impressive synagogue during the 20th Century within the Old City of Jerusalem. Read more

  • Damascus Gate, The Old City, Jerusalem

Excavations conducted some 30 years ago around the Jerusalem’s Old City Damascus Gate revealed remains of a Roman plaza... Read more

  • 19 Misgav Ladach St, Jerusalem

Although there has been no shortage of attempts to bridge the divide between Israelis and Palestinians, peace has been... Read more

  • Beit Rothschild, Jerusalem

The Rothschild House is a two-story building with arches that was built in 1871 to house poor families. Today... Read more

  • Nabi Samuil, Jerusalem

Samuel was one of the more striking personalities of the Bible, ruling the Jewish people as a prophet during... Read more

  • 3 Yafo Rd, Jerusalem

Safra Square lends Jerusalem’s City Hall an expansive, modern cosmopolitan feel, owing to its impeccable architecture and sizable open... Read more

  • Shim'on HaTsadik's Tomb, Jerusalem

Simeon the Just (or Shimon HaTzaddik) was a Jewish High Priest during the time of the Second Temple and... Read more

  • Mount of Olives, Jerusalem

An impressive, Hellenic-style structure on the Mount of Olives that marks the tomb of a First Temple priest Read more

  • Gan Sacher, Jerusalem

One of the largest recreational parks in the city and the perfect spot for a jog, stroll or picnic Read more

  • Salah ah Din St, Jerusalem

An impressive tomb in East Jerusalem believed to be that of Queen Helena of Adiabene in Mesopotamia Read more

  • Batei Mahase Rd, Jerusalem

A treasure trove of artifacts dating back to the First Temple and a fascinating view of ancient Jewish life Read more

  • 31 Habad Rd, Jerusalem

A landmark synagogue in the Old City built in 1858 and never destroyed Read more

  • Zurim Valley National Park, Jersualem

A 42-acre national park around the Old City walls that also contains the Temple Mount Sifting Project Read more

  • 25 Hillel St, Jerusalem

Travel through the centuries and get a look at Italian history from a Jewish perspective. Read more

  • 1 David Remez St, Jerusalem

A tranquil church near the Old City built to commemorate the Scottish soldiers who died in WWI Read more

  • 24 Ussishkin St, Jerusalem

A synagogue in the Nachlaot neighborhood that was frequented by and named for Israel's second president Read more

  • Mishkenot Sha'ananim, Jerusalem

A picturesque neighborhood steeped in history and home to many artists and galleries Read more

  • 14 Hovevei Zion St., Jerusalem

A synagogue in Talbiyeh that houses a cache of Italian Jewish furniture and artifacts from the 19th centuryT Read more

  • Mount Scopus, Jerusalem

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is Israel’s oldest university, with a history going back to 1918 when its First... Read more

  • The Valley of the Cross, Jerusalem

A monastery in West Jerusalem's Valley of the Cross, where tradition holds the tree used to build the cross... Read more

  • Yemin Moshe, Jerusalem

The burial place of King Herod the Great's family members, many of whom died from his own hand Read more

  • Yemin Moshe, Jerusalem

One of the first Jerusalem landmarks built outside of the Old City walls Read more

  • St. Helena Rd, Jerusalem

A 12th-century mosque near the Church of the Holy Sepulchre Read more

  • Mount Herzl, Jerusalem

Named for Theodore Herzl, the visionary founder of modern Zionism, Mount Herzl is Israel’s national cemetery. Read more

  • Herodion National Park

An ancient town built by Roman emperor Herod to commemorate his victory over the Parthians Read more

  • Mount of Olives, Jerusalem

Overlooking the Old City walls, the Mount of Olives has been a prominent site in Jerusalem since King David's... Read more

  • Mount Herzl, Jerusalem

Three exhibition halls tell Theodor Herzl's story, culminating in the fourth hall showing the amazing successes of the Jewish... Read more

  • Mount Zion, Jerusalem

A cemetery on Mount Zion established by Presbyterian missionaries in the 19th-century where the remains of Oskar Schindler are... Read more

  • City of David, Jerusalem

Leading from the Gihon Spring to the Pool of Siloan, Hezekia’s Tunnel is one of only a few 8th-century-BC... Read more

  • Peres Smolinsky St, Jerusalem

Jerusalem’s world-renowned Rubin Academy of Music and Dance hosts a permanent exhibition of musical instruments that includes more than... Read more

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  • 56 Habad St, Jerusalem

A museum of spiritually inspired art and Jewish art at the Old City of Jerusalem. Read more

  • Migrash Harussim, Jerusalem

A central prison during the British Mandate era for holding members of the Jewish underground militias Read more

  • 4 Heil HaHandasa St, Jerusalem

The museum that doesn't shy away from matters of explosive political significance Read more

  • Gershon Agron, Jerusalem

A tranquil, green haven in the heart of downtown Jerusalem Read more

  • 6 Mohilever Street

See and touch nature through educational programs and exhibitions. Read more

  • 3 HaTsanhanim Rd, Jerusalem

Jerusalem’s magnificent Pontifical Institute Notre Dame is a towering French cathedral and guest house located across from the Old... Read more

  • 10 Alfassi St, Jerusalem

The impressive tomb of the Second Temple-era priest Jason Read more

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  • 6 Or HaHayim St, Jerusalem

Take a look at the lives of the people of old Jewish settlement in Jerusalem through their belongings and... Read more

  • 1 Zalman Shneor Street

A vast expanse of greenery on the southern end of the Hebrew U Givat Ram campus with 6,000 plant... Read more

  • St. Helena Rd, Jerusalem

A beautiful, quiet park with spectacular views Read more

  • 228 Yafo Rd, Jerusalem

For decades, the Jerusalem Central Bus Station was a grubby, windswept glorified parking lot with nothing but platforms for... Read more

  • 1 Sderot Herzl, Jerusalem

Love it or hate it, the chords bridge is a symbol of modern Jerusalem Read more

  • 9 Haayin Het Street, Musrara, Jerusalem

Gallery talks, workshops, Musrara tours and more. The school's exhibits of photographers and video artists take on burning social... Read more

  • 9 HaRav Kook Street, Jerusalem

A small museum housed in the former home of the famous Rav Kook Read more

  • 58 King George St, Jerusalem

Hechal Shlomo houses a museum of ritual Jewish art, as well as a large auditorium and the Renanim Synagogue... Read more

  • The Old City, Jerusalem

Get amazing views of the city as you walk atop the Old City walls. Read more

  • King Davids Tomb, Jerusalem

A structure on Mount Zion that has come to be known as the tomb of King David Read more

  • The Old City, Jerusalem

A magnificent building housing an equally magnificent collection of antiquities -- great for a visit or for hosting an... Read more

  • Aqbat e-Taqiya Ma'alot HaMidrasha, Jerusalem

Lady Tonsok, daughter of Abdullah al-Muthaffariyye, was the wife of the Mameluke ruler Muthaffar al-Din. The lady dedicated the... Read more

  • HaPa'amon Garden, Jerusalem

A great spot near the city center for picnics, playing and general family fun Read more

  • Mount Zion, Jerusalem

The monastic church- “the Dormition” is one of the most prominent churches in Jerusalem due to its size, beauty... Read more

  • 24 Muristan Rd, Christian Quarter, Old City, Jerusalem

One of 2 protestant churches in the Old City and the tallest building in the Christian Quarter Read more

  • Mamilla Cemetery, Jerusalem

A cemetery in downtown Jerusalem that dates back to Byzantine times Read more

  • Mary’s Tomb, Jerusalem

A chapel built on the site in the Kidron Valley believed to be the tomb of the Virgin Mary... Read more

  • Kfar Ezion, Israel

A museum that chronicles the history of the Gush Etzion settlement bloc Read more

  • 12 Paul Emile Botta St, Jerusalem

A venue for the exploration of the musical, literary and artistic heritage of many traditions Read more

  • Mount Zion, Jerusalem

A museum dedicated to the works of Turkish-born Israeli sculptor David Palombo Read more

  • Temple Mount, Jerusalem

A structure that was once a church built to commemorate the site of Jesus' ascension to heaven Read more

  • Dome of the Rock Mosque, Jerusalem

Islam’s third holiest site is built on top of the Temple Mount in the Old City Read more

  • 10 Beersheba St, Jerusalem

Espace Dix is a contemporary art gallery located inside a private residence at 10 Beersheba Street in Nachlaot and... Read more

  • Mishmarot HaKehuna St, Jerusalem

The main base of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church in Israel and a haven of tranquility in the city center Read more

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  • Mishmarot HaKehuna St, Jerusalem

About the Sephardic Synagogues If the Hurva Synagogue persisted as the Jewish Quarter’s central Ashkenazi place of worship throughout... Read more

  • Gethsemane, Mount of Olives, Jerusalem

An important Christian pilgrimage site on the Mount of Olives commemorating the site where Jesus prayed before the crucifixion Read more

  • Ma’alot Ir David St, Jerusalem

The main water source of the historical City of David from biblical times Read more

  • Park 3000 Gilo Forest, Jerusalem

A sprawling park in South Jerusalem with ample sports facilities, bike trails, picnic areas and more Read more

  • Saint Peter in Gallicantu, Malki Tsedek Street, Jerusalem

A popular Christian pilgrim site commemorating the spot where Jesus was jailed by the Romans Read more

  • British Military Cemetery, Jerusalem

A resting place and memorial to the thousands of Commonwealth soldiers who fell capturing Jerusalem during WWI Read more

  • Tifereth Israel St, Old City, Jerusalem

An impressive archaeological site from the destruction of the Second Temple Read more

  • Mount of Olives, Jerusalem

An impressive church built to mark the site where Jesus prayed before his crucifixion Read more

  • Mount of Olives, Jerusalem

A Russian Orthodox church on the Mount of Olives with a distinct design Read more

  • Christian Quarter, Old City, Jerusalem

The New Testament tells us that Jesus’ predecessor, and one of those who predicted Jesus’s coming as the messiah,... Read more

  • 9 Harav Kook St, Jerusalem

Ticho House is a historic home in downtown Jerusalem, one of the first to be built outside the Old... Read more

  • 6 Shirizli St, Jerusalem

Located in the picturesque Nahlaot neighborhood in central Jerusalem is the small but influential Barbur Gallery, an independent, nonprofit... Read more

  • Avinoam Yellin St, Jerusalem

A Hassidic synagogue in West Jerusalem Read more

  • Bonei Hahoma St, Old City, Jerusalem

An institute dedicated to preserving the memory of the First Jewish Temple Read more

  • mount of olives, jerusalem

A biblical site in the King's Valley outside the Old City walls Read more

  • 16 Klauzner St, Talpiot, Jerusalem

The former home of Israel's Nobel laureate in literature and a cultural center for lectures, workshops and more Read more

  • Hakardo, Jerusalem

On May 28, 1948, after months of siege, the defenders of the Jewish Quarter surrendered to the Jordanian army... Read more

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  • Givat HaTahmoshet Memorial Site, Jerusalem

Learn about one of Jerusalem's fiercest battles by visiting this perfectly preserved battle and memorial site. Read more

  • Or Hahayim St, Jerusalem

A restored historical synagogue in the Old City originally established by one of the most prominent rabbis of the... Read more