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The Tower of David Museum

  • +972-723290715
  • Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem

Guided Tours in English

Experience the museum's sound & light shows

Mon | Nov 19 | 8:00PM
  • Tower of David, Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem
  • Monday, Wednesday, Saturday (Repeats every week)

    20:00 - 20:45

    Thursday (Repeats every week)

    19:00 - 19:45

Throughout history, King David has always been a legendary character who has caught the attention of many painters, sculptors, and poets. Now he is making... Read more
Mon | Nov 19 | 7:00PM
  • The Tower of David, Old City
  • Monday, Wednesday, Saturday (Repeats every week)

    19:00 - 19:45

    Thursday (Repeats every week)

    20:00 - 20:45

A show on stone whisks the viewers off on an historical journey. Read more

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 1950 traveler reviews
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Bought 2 tickets combination
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 1 day ago

I liked the night spectacular show but not the museum although it is nice to be at the tower in the day time. An hour here or less is enough time for me.

New
Excellent!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 4 days ago

A neutral view on Jérusalem detached from religions and beliefs. A very nice and well done museum with a splendid view on old and new Jerusalem as well. Go here first before venturing yourself further.

The NEW Prison of Christ - the Kishle
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 12, 2018

Right next to the Tower of David there is the Kishle which served as a prison during the Ottomans and the British when they have controlled Israel/Palestine. 15 years ago during special dig for a children museum, some interesting archaeological findings were discovered: the suspected remains of the palace where one of...

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Right next to the Tower of David there is the Kishle which served as a prison during the Ottomans and the British when they have controlled Israel/Palestine. 15 years ago during special dig for a children museum, some interesting archaeological findings were discovered: the suspected remains of the palace where one of the more famous scenes of the New Testament may have taken place – the trial of Jesus. The archaeological findings indicated that here was the palace of Herod and hence this might be the place where the rial of Jesus took place so this might be also the place where Jesus was held in prison prior to his trial. To learn more I recommend you to search for a video that I have published about this site. Just search in Gooogle :Prison of Christ Kishla Video experience"

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