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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 32 traveler reviews
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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Great Museum
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 1, 2019

I visited the Museum several times in the last months and I enjoyed its beauty and archeological collection. The warm people who welcomed me were friendly. Most of all, I really appreciated the multimedia section which shows how Jerusalem developed through its long history. I wish many visitors to come and find the time...

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I visited the Museum several times in the last months and I enjoyed its beauty and archeological collection. The warm people who welcomed me were friendly. Most of all, I really appreciated the multimedia section which shows how Jerusalem developed through its long history. I wish many visitors to come and find the time to discover this corner of the city!

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A must see!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 11, 2019

If you go to Jerusalem, you must visit this museum! In the multimedia part, you're immersed in an environment of lights, sounds, ambient noise, stories and animations. It only takes 15 minutes to visit it and will give you a short but very clear overview on the history of the Holy City (and it's...

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If you go to Jerusalem, you must visit this museum! In the multimedia part, you're immersed in an environment of lights, sounds, ambient noise, stories and animations. It only takes 15 minutes to visit it and will give you a short but very clear overview on the history of the Holy City (and it's really not expensive). The archaeological part is also very interesting even if it is not completely finished. A must see.

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