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The Temple Institute Visitor’s Center

  • 40 Misgav Ladach St, Old City, Jerusalem

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 45 traveler reviews
Interesting with great pictures
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 19, 2019

I found this a very interesting exhibition about the history of the construction and artefacts of the First and Second Temples, the Jewish equivalent of, say, St Peter's in Rome. There are some very good paintings of artistic impressions of how the Temple looked before the Romans destroyed it in 70 AD. There was...

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I found this a very interesting exhibition about the history of the construction and artefacts of the First and Second Temples, the Jewish equivalent of, say, St Peter's in Rome. There are some very good paintings of artistic impressions of how the Temple looked before the Romans destroyed it in 70 AD. There was also a very detailed video about designs for the Third Temple which the organisation hopes to build eventually. They do however leave out the rather important detail of how they propose to get round the small problem of an enormous mosque currently standing where they want to build it...

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Nothing interesting
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 17, 2019

The whole exhibition is consisted of 3 rooms where you just sit and listen to the narrator and watch crappy pictures. There is no one to ask if you have a question, you just rush through the exhibition.

Interesting viewing of Temple implements
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 17, 2019

This is pretty much a automated tour highlighting the implements of the third Temple. You can try to schedule a guided tour with one of the Institutes management for an extra fee. It is interesting to see such a representation of the future temple with all of the anti-Semitic bias taking the forefront. We support...

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This is pretty much a automated tour highlighting the implements of the third Temple. You can try to schedule a guided tour with one of the Institutes management for an extra fee. It is interesting to see such a representation of the future temple with all of the anti-Semitic bias taking the forefront. We support Temple Institute

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