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The Hurva Synagogue

  • Photo: The Hurva Synagogue

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 305 traveler reviews
Great place to visit
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 21, 2020

This Synagogue has been recently built, and is located on a higher grounds within the city. On top of the synagogue is a 360 degrees walk around that can let you city most of the adjacent area.

Completely restored and awesome
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 15, 2020

Rebuilt after being destroyed twice, the architecture is magnificent, inside and outside. Kobi, my guide, explained the significance of the candy on the top of the bimah, but you will have to go their with him to get the answer.

Nice synagogue, great views from the circular balcony atop
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 4, 2020

The nice synagogue was rebuilt and re-dedicated in 2010 on the ruins of a 15th century synagogue, destroyed by the Ottomans in 1720. It is located in a small, cobblestone covered plaza at the center of the Jewish Quarter and very close to the Golden Menorah. From the narrow balcony surrounding the rooftop you...

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The nice synagogue was rebuilt and re-dedicated in 2010 on the ruins of a 15th century synagogue, destroyed by the Ottomans in 1720. It is located in a small, cobblestone covered plaza at the center of the Jewish Quarter and very close to the Golden Menorah. From the narrow balcony surrounding the rooftop you have great views of the city and from the inside, on the high level, you can watch the Yeshivas at study.

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