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Terra Sancta Museum – Via Dolorosa Multimedia Experience

  • Church of the Flagellation, Via Dolorosa St, Jerusalem

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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 38 traveler reviews
Christ’s Whipping
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 13, 2019

Very interesting grouping of period artifacts and architecture. On the Via Dolorosa 1200 feet inside Lion’s Gate, traveling inward on right.

A great museum at the start of the Via Dolorosa
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 7, 2019

This is a great museum at the start of the Via Dolorosa as it is situated at the First Station of the Cross; the Monastery of the Flagellation, which is associated with the Antonia Tower and Pontius Pilate's residence, where Jesus was tried, flogged and sentenced to death. Inside the Museum is the...

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This is a great museum at the start of the Via Dolorosa as it is situated at the First Station of the Cross; the Monastery of the Flagellation, which is associated with the Antonia Tower and Pontius Pilate's residence, where Jesus was tried, flogged and sentenced to death. Inside the Museum is the history of both Jerusalem during the Roman period and the beginnings of Christianity whilst outside there are pictures of Lous de Clerq's Stations of the Cross dated 1860.

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Very worthwhile museum to visit on the Via Dolorosa
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on May 26, 2019

A lot of people walking the Via Dolorosa seem to be in guided tour parties shuffling along after each other but if you are on your own or can return this small museum is definitely worthwhile. Modern and informative presentation (seems like it is expanding soon too) of underground ruins and archaeological finds, and...

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A lot of people walking the Via Dolorosa seem to be in guided tour parties shuffling along after each other but if you are on your own or can return this small museum is definitely worthwhile. Modern and informative presentation (seems like it is expanding soon too) of underground ruins and archaeological finds, and next door an excellent multimedia presentation in a room including walls from the Antonia Fortress. An additional tip: the inexpensive booklet they sell to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre was far and away the most helpful information guide I found to that confusing building.

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