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Cultural Centers in Jerusalem

Often called the Holy Land because of its significance to the 3 major monotheistic religions, Israel is home to thousands of years of Christian history. Countless people make the pilgrimage from all over the world to tour Catholic and Protestant holy sites in Jerusalem, Nazareth and the Sea of Galilee, such as the Via Dolorosa, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Jordan River baptism site and many others.

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Lifeline for the Old/Yad LaKashish
  • 14 Shivtei Israel Street, Jerusalem

Established in 1962, Lifeline for the Old/Yad LaKashish has offered an alternative to traditional retirement, challenging stereotypes about the elderly. 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

  • 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

  • 8 Menora St, Jerusalem

Menora 8 is aimed at bringing different Jews together and offers enriching lectures, seminars, concerts and workshops in a warm, rustic and relaxed atmosphere. The diverse activities on offer... Read more

ICC Jerusalem International Convention Center
  • 1 Sderot Shazar, Jerusalem

The ICC offers professional stage services, design services, catering services, security and more. Read more

Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center
  • 3 HaTsanhanim Rd, Jerusalem

Jerusalem’s magnificent Pontifical Institute Notre Dame is a towering French cathedral and guest house located across from the Old City’s New Gate. As the director of Notre Dame explains, the... 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 questions. Read more

  • Musrara, Jerusalem

This Jerusalem theater company was the brainchild of three young theater graduates in the 90’s who wanted to use their talents to make a difference to society. Psik Theater... Read more

Hechal Shlomo – The Wolfson Museum of Jewish Art
  • 58 King George St, Jerusalem

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

Masie House Theater
  • 18 Mesilat Yesharim St, Jerusalem

Masie House in Nahlaot, just near the Mahane Yehuda market, was recently reopened as a home for three dynamic theater groups: Psik Theater, Theater Company Jerusalem and The Incubator... Read more

The Confederation House: A Center for Ethnic Music & Poetry
  • 12 Paul Emile Botta St, Jerusalem

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