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Halleluya , The Nighttime Show

Halleluya , The Nighttime Show

|40 minutes
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The City of David invites you to an unforgettable nighttime experience – "Hallelujah." This unique and exciting show tells the story of ancient Jerusalem and brings it back to life with groundbreaking technology.

The City of David invites you to an unforgettable nighttime experience – "Hallelujah." This unique and exciting show tells the story of ancient Jerusalem and brings it back to life with groundbreaking technology, on top of antiquities and in the open night air. And now, the show returns with new fascinating content and pyrotechnics combining fire and water effects – for a truly breathtaking experience! 

A Thrilling Audiovisual Show

The show offers visitors a fantastic nighttime experience in a light show projected on top of the City of David antiquities, renewed with new exciting content and pyrotechnics combining fire and water effects – a view you will not forget! The show employs the beautiful backdrop of the Old City, the Mount of Olives, Mount Scopus, the Kidron Valley, and the slopes of the City of David.

More Details

The performance takes about an hour and allows you to combine the unique feel of the night performance with this magical evening in Jerusalem—free shuttle service from the First Station Complex parking.

Prices

  • Adult - NIS 62
  • Child 51 NIS
  • Discounts for Yerushalmi card holders

Important Information

  • Don't miss the shuttle service! Free transportation to the City of David night shows will depart every evening from the First Station complex parking lot, about 45 minutes before the show starts. At the end of the show, you’ll be able to return to the first station with the shuttle. To get to the Shuttle, type “The parking lot of the First Station Jerusalem” in WAZE. When you arrive at the parking lot, click on the link to navigate by foot toward the pick-up point.
  • Due to the nature of the archaeological site, which includes many stairs, the show is not suitable for those who have difficulty walking. The main part of the show is wheelchair accessible. Plus, the show is accessible to people with hearing disabilities. Those with a personal hearing aid will be provided with instruments with loops for listening to the show in different languages. It is necessary to transfer the hearing aid to T mode.
  • The show is tailored for speakers of Hebrew, English, Spanish, French, Chinese, and Russian using headphones with simultaneous translation.

dates & times

  • Tuesday
    23/4/2420:15-21:00
  • Tuesday
    23/4/2421:00-21:45
  • Wednesday
    24/4/2420:15-21:00
  • Wednesday
    24/4/2421:00-21:45
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