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Zedekiah’s Cave (King Solomon’s Quarries)

  • Zedekiah's Cave (Photo: Ron Peled)
  • Zedekiah's Cave (Photo: Pami)
  • Zedekiah's Cave (Photo: Pami)

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Special entrance fees at Zedekiah’s Cave!

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Enjoy special entrance fees at the historic King Solomon’s Quarries:

Adults: 18 ILS

Adults in a group of 25 or more: 12 ILS

Kids/soldiers/students/seniors: 10 ILS
(children aged 5 to 18)

For more info dial: 072-3281217

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 81 traveler reviews
Overpowering!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 14, 2019

Maybe this is the case with caves in general but this particular one was very powerful in its expanse and depth and not a little spooky. I almost turned around and left, to be honest, because it was almost too much for me to take in, in terms of the strength of the...

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Maybe this is the case with caves in general but this particular one was very powerful in its expanse and depth and not a little spooky. I almost turned around and left, to be honest, because it was almost too much for me to take in, in terms of the strength of the rock but I am glad I went in to see this quarry that had been the source of building material for the old city (amongst other interesting theories including the reason for its name). Worth a visit.

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It’s a cave
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 9, 2019

Also promoted as Solomon’s Quarries (more marketing than reality), this is basically a humid cave with a few passages and big open area occasionally used for concerts. Unless you really like walking underground, you won’t miss anything by skipping this site. Entry cost is 10 NIS. It is located outside the old city wall...

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Also promoted as Solomon’s Quarries (more marketing than reality), this is basically a humid cave with a few passages and big open area occasionally used for concerts. Unless you really like walking underground, you won’t miss anything by skipping this site. Entry cost is 10 NIS. It is located outside the old city wall between the Damascus and Herod gates.

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Fascinating
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on May 30, 2019

Highly recommend this little know spot to the left of the Damascus Gate. Go all the way back in. Hard to imagine the slaves chiseling out large stones by hand but you can see the evidence.

Contact Zedekiah’s Cave (King Solomon’s Quarries)

072-3944572