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Tours at the City of David

The Emek Tzurim Sifting Project – An Archeological Tour

Become an archeologist for a day! The Emek Tzurim Sifting Project at City of David National Park offers a unique activity for the whole... Read more
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Tour In The Biblical City of David

Join a magical journey and discover ancient shafts, walls and fortresses in ancient Jerusalem. Come and find out where and how it all started! Read more
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Segway Tours at the Peace Forest

Experience the urban nature of Jerusalem – on Segway! Watch breathtaking views of the Old City from Haas Promenade and The Peace Forest. ... Read more
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From the City of David to the Western Wall Tour

When was the last time you travelled back in time? Discover the Herodian Jerusalem and the Second Temple period at the City of David. Read more
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“Hallelujah” — A Breathtaking Jubilee Sound & Light Show

The City of David invites you to celebrate 50 years of a unified Jerusalem with a breathtaking sound and light show... Read more

TripAdvisor Reviews

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Past Glory
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

From ancient time Jerusalem had walls for protection from enemies.The Walls are still appearing reminisce of the past glory having 24 miles length built up of big stones which has eight gates the main gate being Golden Gate now closed and believed to be opened with Lord's second arrival.Saul's repentance...

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From ancient time Jerusalem had walls for protection from enemies.The Walls are still appearing reminisce of the past glory having 24 miles length built up of big stones which has eight gates the main gate being Golden Gate now closed and believed to be opened with Lord's second arrival.Saul's repentance took place at Damascus Gate. Herod Gate was in the name of King Herod. It was believed King of Turkey Suleiman made Lions's Gate fearing Lion's attack for own safety..Jaffa Gate, New Gate,Zion Gate and Deeng Gate were the other gates.

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Great Experience, Loved the Water Tunnel
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 9, 2017

The City of David National Park is a really inexpensive, fun activity to do in Jerusalem. It's located just a short walk outside of Western Wall, and takes about an hour and a half to see everything. Make sure to bring shorts (or a skirt you can pull up), and a large bag that...

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The City of David National Park is a really inexpensive, fun activity to do in Jerusalem. It's located just a short walk outside of Western Wall, and takes about an hour and a half to see everything. Make sure to bring shorts (or a skirt you can pull up), and a large bag that you can fit everything in and will stay high above your waist (like a backpack). The water can sometimes get pretty high, but it's definitely worth going through the water tunnel! The tickets were also really inexpensive, which was nice for us because we were on a pretty tight budget. It was definitely worth the money.

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An amazing place to visit
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 9, 2017

On approaching the city of David you can only be impressed with its walls, towers and its reach history. The entrance fee was 70 sheckle each and it was well worth a visit.

The greatest attraction in the city
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 27, 2017

One could write a book on this attraction; come to think of it, books have been written about the City of David. Remains of monumental buildings, water shafts, tunnels, springs and water channels - and everything is underground. For those of us from North America with comparatively little history it is incredible to...

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One could write a book on this attraction; come to think of it, books have been written about the City of David. Remains of monumental buildings, water shafts, tunnels, springs and water channels - and everything is underground. For those of us from North America with comparatively little history it is incredible to have our senses jolted into realizing that many of the things we see and touch in this attraction are 2-3000 years old!

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Definitely worth it
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 26, 2017

Definitely worth it, but I had some trouble finding the online site to purchase the slightly discounted rate and the location was off the beaten path a bit as well. The 60 Sheckle rate includes the 3D video introduction (nicely made), the tour over the archaeological dig, and the walk through the Hekekiah Tunnel...

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Definitely worth it, but I had some trouble finding the online site to purchase the slightly discounted rate and the location was off the beaten path a bit as well. The 60 Sheckle rate includes the 3D video introduction (nicely made), the tour over the archaeological dig, and the walk through the Hekekiah Tunnel area. It really did last close to 3 hrs so plan wisely to do the whole thing without rushing it. You really do need sandles or slippers and a light source, at least one. The passage is quite narrow so anyone with claustrophobia should think twice - since it's quite long- took us about 20 minutes at a swift walking pace through it. They say most groups take 25 to 30 mins. You come out to the remains of the Shiloam Pool where the blind man washed and was made to see, but it is in ruins and a tiny portion of what it must have been in New Testament times.

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