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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 269 traveler reviews
Impressive synagogue with wonderful views of city
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 14, 2019

This Synagogue was rebuilt after the 6 day war. On the top floor there is an outside and inside terrace. Outside, fantastic views of the city. Inside, you can observe worship, prayers and studies going on. Beautiful adornments.

Beautiful Synagog restored after arab bombing. The aron Kodesh is one of the biggest and most elaborate in israel.
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 3, 2019

Beautiful Synagog restored after arab bombing. The aron Kodesh is one of the biggest and most elaborate in israel. It is an active Shul so please be respectful of those praying or learning during specific times of the day.

interesting spot
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 3, 2019

While I found the history of this rebuilt synagogue interesting, I will say that I was a bit put off by it as well. I have been in orthodox synagogues and know that the women are not allowed with the men. That wasn't an issue in and of itself, but looking down...

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While I found the history of this rebuilt synagogue interesting, I will say that I was a bit put off by it as well. I have been in orthodox synagogues and know that the women are not allowed with the men. That wasn't an issue in and of itself, but looking down from the balcony while the men ATE and talked while some studied was a bit off putting. You can eat in there, have your phone out in there, but women cannot come inside? I know that's the faith, but it is a part that distracted me from appreciating the building as a whole. That said, it is worth climbing to the top to see some lovely views.

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Contact The Hurva Synagogue

072-3944580