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The Jerusalem Archaeological Park – Davidson Center

Admission Fees

Visit 4 Jewish Quarter Sites at a Special Price!

Buy 1 ticket and visit 4 different sites at the Jewish Quarter:

  • Archeological Park Davidson
  • The Hurva Synagogue
  • Audio-visual presentation in the Burnt House
  • The Herodian Quarter – Archeology Museum

Cost: 75 ILS for Adults, 45 ILS for children/students/soldiers/seniors. The ticket is valid for 48 hours after purchase.

For reservations, call: 072-3932801

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 66 traveler reviews
View the remains of streets, walls, squares and Jewish ritual baths
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 9, 2019

As you exit Jerusalem through the Dung Gate, you immediately come upon The Jerusalem Archaeological Park and Davidson Centre. Here, just outside the City's walls, you can view the remains of streets, walls, squares and Jewish ritual baths. There is an audio guide to assist in the open-air part of the Park...

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As you exit Jerusalem through the Dung Gate, you immediately come upon The Jerusalem Archaeological Park and Davidson Centre. Here, just outside the City's walls, you can view the remains of streets, walls, squares and Jewish ritual baths. There is an audio guide to assist in the open-air part of the Park and videos, in the visitor centre, show the 1970s excavations and also show what the area looked like 2000 years ago.

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Amazing archaeological park and findings- almost unbelievable
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 12, 2019

What a thrill to be here and experience first hand the glory of what was our Holy temple and the tragedy of its destruction- the stark remnants of destruction are right there in front of you for the touching- but don't touch- it's too holy. I am always mesmerized and humbled to stand in front...

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What a thrill to be here and experience first hand the glory of what was our Holy temple and the tragedy of its destruction- the stark remnants of destruction are right there in front of you for the touching- but don't touch- it's too holy. I am always mesmerized and humbled to stand in front of the toppled stones from 200 years ago- and this time- again on our annual 25 hour fast day that commemorates its destruction. This is a quiet isolated place that still doesn't get the attention that it deserves, so the visitor can find solitude amidst findings and excavations and locations of the biggest significance to world history. This year on the 9 Av mournful day, more people were there than ever before- so come now and visit !!

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A must: buy yourself solitude steps from the Western Wall.
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 4, 2019

An amazing, enchanted place to visit. Just steps from you life is boiling over, which is hardly surprising, as the Western Wall is just around the corner. And yet a small donation of ~10 EUR will let you cross a force field and you will be left alone in an archeological "park" below the...

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An amazing, enchanted place to visit. Just steps from you life is boiling over, which is hardly surprising, as the Western Wall is just around the corner. And yet a small donation of ~10 EUR will let you cross a force field and you will be left alone in an archeological "park" below the walls of Temple Mount. Wow.

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