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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

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 726 traveler reviews
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Authentic and Confirming
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed today

There's no place quite like this archaeological site in Jerusalem. It confirms the presence of the Jewish people in Jerusalem without a doubt. The historical significance is massive. Be sure to visit the City of David!

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Choose Hezekiah Tunnel tour
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 1 day ago

currently. I however loved the guided tour of Hezekiah's tunnel. I bought online in advance because it is cheaper and you choose your time. Tours do sell out, so buy in advance. For Hezekiah tunnel tour you also get to see a 3d movie of the temple. You will want water shoes and shorts...

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currently. I however loved the guided tour of Hezekiah's tunnel. I bought online in advance because it is cheaper and you choose your time. Tours do sell out, so buy in advance. For Hezekiah tunnel tour you also get to see a 3d movie of the temple. You will want water shoes and shorts for the tour and need a flashlight or phone with light. I didn't expect to be in the tunnels for so long like 25 minutes. When you first get in the water is at its deepest and a little cold but refreshing in summer. The water came mid way up my thigh. Most of the tour is below knees though and even ankle deep for last portion. I wore a backpack and it didn't get wet and I am 5 foot. You can also rent lockers, and there are bathrooms to change in. I am not sure if you can tour the Hezekiah tunnel without a guide or not. Our guide was great and really helpful though our group was a little too large with about twenty of us. I also took the other tour of the Herodian channel which is through the drainage tunnel under the road to the Western Wall. This was neat too, but not as cool as the Hezekiah tunnels. Both tours would not be good if you are claustrophobic.

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Love it
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 5 days ago

This is a great place to visit and has a really good gift shop. Such a lot of history and really close to everything. Highly recommended

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TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on June 20, 2017

I was looking forward to this because the water tunnel was not open 10 years ago. It is so interesting. Be aware that you can take the shuttle back up to the top of the hill but you will not be able to visit the gift shop on the way back if you use...

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I was looking forward to this because the water tunnel was not open 10 years ago. It is so interesting. Be aware that you can take the shuttle back up to the top of the hill but you will not be able to visit the gift shop on the way back if you use this.

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Ruins and tunnels dating to biblical times
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on June 17, 2017

What fascinated me here was being able to peer into an archeological site at the layers of civilization. It makes you wonder "how do they know what's what?" But people have been digging for centuries and methods have been established. We then walked the tunnel which brought us out near the...

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What fascinated me here was being able to peer into an archeological site at the layers of civilization. It makes you wonder "how do they know what's what?" But people have been digging for centuries and methods have been established. We then walked the tunnel which brought us out near the Old City. Not for the claustrophobic.

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