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Israel’s Supreme Court Museum & Visitor’s Center

  • +972-2-675-9612 (02-6759612)
  • Sha'arei Mishpat, Jerusalem

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 48 traveler reviews
A beautiful building full of symolism
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 2, 2017

This is best seen with the help of a guide who can be reserved in advance. I was fascinated by the symbolism,

Quite an interesting place
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on October 9, 2016

Deep architectural symbolism, more than two thousand years history of justice (from the Ancient Jewish - through the Ottoman and British - to the contemporary Israeli), free access to the hearings - and all that explained freely by the local professional guide in several languages (just make sure you arrive in time). Strongly recommend to...

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Deep architectural symbolism, more than two thousand years history of justice (from the Ancient Jewish - through the Ottoman and British - to the contemporary Israeli), free access to the hearings - and all that explained freely by the local professional guide in several languages (just make sure you arrive in time). Strongly recommend to make yourself a "bundle" - by visiting also the Knesset nearby (again, make sure it is the day when the tours are made in your preferred language).

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TEMPLE OF JUSTICE
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 17, 2016

Donation to the state of Israel by the Rotshild Foundation,planed by the Ada and Ram Carmi Architects office,Very special planning houses the Supreme Court of Israel

Only Democracy in the Middle East....and it works !
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 30, 2016

Make reservations in advance. Have a tour guide explain the system, the architecture and the number of No-jewish judges that work in this remarkable system. After your visit, go to any neighboring countries and compare the justice system. I am sure your perception will change. You´d be surprised !

Interesting legal system, beautiful architecture
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 24, 2016

We attended an English tour, and our tour guide (a Belgian optician) was engaging and interesting. She provided background about the beautiful architecture and various symbolic meanings, and led us to view a hearing in session. She was able to give us some information about the Israeli justice system, as well as...

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We attended an English tour, and our tour guide (a Belgian optician) was engaging and interesting. She provided background about the beautiful architecture and various symbolic meanings, and led us to view a hearing in session. She was able to give us some information about the Israeli justice system, as well as some interesting anecdotes.

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