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Founded in 1965, the Israel Museum is the country’s largest cultural institution, comprising several wings and large collections of art, archaeological findings and Judaica.

Its recent major facelift only makes the Israel Museum even more of a must-see. The museum reopened in the summer of 2010 after long months of renovations, featuring many new galleries and public spaces as well as a completely revamped design to many of its wings.

  • 11 Rupin Blvd
  • 14, 35, 68
  • Sun-Mon, Wed-Thur 10:00-17:00, Tue 16:00-21:00, Fri & Holiday Eves 10:00-14:00, Sat & Holidays 10:00-17:00
  • Website



The Bible Lands Museum prides itself on being the only history museum in the world that documents the development of civilization from the biblical point of view.

Focusing on the cultures of the Ancient Near East, the museum holds one of the world’s most fascinating collections of antiques and archaeological treasures that span history from the dawn of civilization through the rise of Christianity and the Talmudic period, ranging from the prehistoric period to the Mishna and Talmud period.

  • 21 Shmuel Stefan Wise St
  • 7, 9, 14, 35, 66
  • Sun-Tue, Thu 9:30-17:30, Wed 9:30-21:30, Fri-Sat 10:00-14:00
  • 072-3281846
  • Website


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The Tower of David (also known as David’s Citadel) is one of Jerusalem’s most well-known national heritage sites and it houses important archaeological ruins, dating back almost 3,000 years. Located just by Jaffa Gate, at the entrance to the Old City, this ancient fortress was originally built in the 2nd century BCE to strategically strengthen the city’s defense.

30% Discount on museun entrance

Advanced booking only

  • Jaffa Gate
  • ) Jerusalem’s City Hall Station 99, 38 and 38א
  • Sun-Thu 9:00-16:00, Fri & Holiday Eves 9:00-14:00, Sat & Holiday Eves: 9:00-16:00
  • 072-3290715
  • Website



Watch the walls of the Citadel become the stage for a nighttime show celebrating Jerusalem’s 4,000-year-old history through sights and sounds. Amidst the archaeological remains in the Citadel’s courtyard and to the sound of original music, virtual reality images tell the stories of King David, the Roman conquest, Muhammad, the Crusaders, and Suleiman the Magnificent, among other people and periods.

30% Discount on museun entrance

20% Discount on Night Spectacular

Advanced booking only

  • Jaffa Gate
  • ) Jerusalem’s City Hall Station 99, 38 and 38א
  • Sun-Thu 9:00-16:00, Fri & Holiday Eves 9:00-14:00, Sat & Holiday Eves: 9:00-16:00
  • 072-3944565
  • Website

Jerusalem Time Elevator (Voyage Terminal)


Although you can explore Jerusalem for days on end and barely scratch the surface, if you’re interested in getting the big picture on the city and its history in just under half an hour, hop onto the Time Elevator.

The viewer here is not just a passive spectator in the arena of history; the motion-based seating moves the audience with the turbulence of the times, while surround-sound and a wealth of surprising effects bring the viewer even closer to the action, making the experience all the more immersive.

Advanced booking only

  • Yitzhak Kariv St, Mamilla Complex
  • 17, 18
  • Sun-Thu 9:00-22:00, Fri 9:00-15:00, Sat eve-23:00
  • 072-3290718
  • Website

Ramparts Walks


The walk is divided into two parts: The Northern Rampart’s Walk ascends at Jaffa Gate and descends at New Gate, Herod’s Gate or Lion’s Gate. The Southern Ramparts Walk ascends at Jaffa Gate and descends at Zion Gate or Dung Gate.

There is a direct exit from the northern Ramparts Walk to the Roman Plaza and/or Zedekiah’s Cave to streamline the touring and sightseeing experience.

  • Entrances near Jaffa Gate
  • Jerusalem’s City Hall Station 99, 38 and 38א
  • San-Thu 9:00-16:00, Fri 9:00-14:00
  • 072-3290703
  • Website

ZUZU Tourism


ZuZu Tourism is rated one of the world’s top ten tourism companies (6 years in a row!) The company has been awarded TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence for its experiential tours, and it is the most experienced Segway tourism company, operating both inside Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.

ZUZU offers Segway tours, cycling tours, and other exclusive tours in a variety of themes and locations around Jerusalem.

  • Mamilla Center, 8 Yitshak Kariv St
  • 072-3290755
  • Website



The FOZ Museum tells the story of non-Jewish support for the State of Israel and the Jewish people. The tour is 1 hr long inviting guests to meet non Jewish Zionists through colorful exhibits and state of the art interactive displays that combine music, visuals and sound.

This is possible due to the Israeli made groundbreaking technology that allows all to take part in the Zionist story unfolding before their very eyes.

Advanced booking only

  • Closest stop is at central Jaffa Rd
  • 7, 13, 17A, 19, 22, 32, 34, 38, 71, 72, 74, 20 Yosef Rivlin St
  • Sun-Thu 9:30-20:45, Fri & Holiday Eves 9:30-14:00, Sat & Holidays 10:00-18:00
  • 02-5329400
  • Website



he Begin Museum is not just a museum, it’s an experience. Using the life story of the 6th Prime Minister of Israel, it tells the story of one of the most fascinating episodes of Israel’s history.

The visitor is taken on a journey through history using reconstructions, original items and rare documentary films as well as reenactments, interactive elements, dramatic lighting and an inspiring soundtrack.

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  • 6 Sh.A. Nakhon St
  • 18, 75, 74, 163, 78
  • Sun, Mon, Wed, Thur 9:00-16:30, Tue 9:00-19:00, Fri and Holiday Eve 9:00-12:30
  • 072-3290724
  • Website



The Herzl Museum opened in honor of 100 years since the passing of Theodor Herzl and it offers an opportunity to take an in-depth look at the life and activities of the founder of the modern Zionist movement. The museum is situated on Mount Herzl, close to Herzl’s gravesite and the graves of many other leaders of Israel and war martyrs.

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  • Mount Herzl, Herzl Boulevard
  • Mount Herzl 39, 50, 54
  • Sun-Thu 8:30 -18:00, Fri 8:30-13:30
  • 072-3944542
  • Website

L.A. Mayer Museum for Islamic Art


The L.A. Mayer Museum for Islamic Art is a unique museum that offers visitors the opportunity to come face to face with the world of Islamic art. The museum displays thousands of art objects from different historical events, dynasties and conquest inside the Islamic world.

The museum’s collections include jewelry, gold and silver ware, musical instruments, ceramics, scientific instruments, spectacular calligraphy scrolls, delicate glass vessels, and artifacts made of copper, metal, wood and ivory.

  • 2 HaPalmach St
  • 13
  • Sun closed, Mon-Wed 10:00-15:00, Thur 10:00-19:00, Fri-Sat 10:00-14:00
  • 072-3932847
  • Website

Zedekiah's Cave


About 9,000 square-meters beneath the Old City houses lies a most remarkable cave, both in size and beauty.

This legendary cave, known as Zedekiah’s Cave, one of the most spectacular sites in Jerusalem, served in antiquity as a quarry for the massive stones that built the Temple and its mount under King Solomon.

  • Jerusalem’s City Hall Station
  • 99, 38 and 38א
  • Sun-Thu 9:00-17:00, Fri closed
  • 072-3281217
  • Website



Getting through the Old City to the Western Wall just got a little easier and a lot more fun with the launch of “The Old City Train”

a new transportation service that takes visitors from Jaffa Gate to the Western Wall that will offer rich audio tour experience and greatly increase accessibility to the Western Wall for the disabled.

  • Jaffa Gate, 1 Jaffa Rd,
  • 99, 38 and 38א
  • 10:00-20:00, Fri & Holiday eves, 10:00-14:00
  • 072-3290760
  • Website

The Science Museum Jerusalem


The Bloomfield Science Museum is the place for learning with a twist, making it a great place for a family outing.

A number of exhibitions are presented simultaneously with interactive displays that invite children and parents to touch, experience, and enjoy science.

  • 3 Museum Blvd
  • Mon-Thu 10:00-18:00, Fri 10:00-14:00, Sat 10:00-16:00, Sun-closed
  • 072-3281844
  • Website

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discount on food tours in Jerusalem


Get a free drink crafted from a secret ancient recipe at the heart of the famous Machane Yehuda market. Bitemojo, an award-winning mobile app also offers a

15% discount on food tours in Jerusalem.

*In order to enjoy the free drink you must download the ‘bitemojo’ app

  • Machane Yehuda Market station
  • Sun-Thu 9:00-20:00, Fri 9:00-15:00, Sat 21:00-23:00
  • 972-(0)54-7897665
  • Website



The one-of-a-kind Hebrew Music Museum is the cornerstone of downtown Jerusalem’s Music Square.

With an impressive collection of musical instruments and interactive exhibits that help visitors explore the incredible breadth of history and culture that has shaped Hebrew music through the ages, the museum is a welcome escape from the distractions of the outside world that disconnect us from our inner musical souls.

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  • 10 Moshe Yoel Solomon Str
  • 28, 28א
  • Sun-Thu 9:30-20:00, Fri 9.30-13:30
  • 072-3281976
  • Website



The Western Wall (the Kotel in Hebrew) is impressive, but its greatness is truly discovered when you descend underground to the Western Wall Tunnels.

The tunnels run along approximately 488 meters of the Western Wall, giving visitors a taste for the challenge that stood before Herod the Great during this biggest of all his immense building projects—the expansion of the Temple Mount. One such example is the famous western stone which is 14 meters long and weighs almost 570 tons.

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  • 2 Ha’Omer St
  • Jerusalem’s City Hall Station 99, 38 and 38א
  • Open Sun-Thu
  • 02-6271333 Ext.2 or *5958
10% – 20% DISCOUNT

Hallelujah show & City of David Tour


This historic location is where King David established his capital. Today, the City of David is a vibrant center of activity.

The nighttime presentation, Hallelujah, uses advanced projection technology to tell the riveting story of rebuilding Jerusalem.

10% Discount on tour

20% Discount on light show

Advanced booking only

  • Ma’alot Ir David St
  • Jerusalem’s City Hall Station 1, 2, 38; Shuttles with Hallelujah logo will be available at the First Station - depart every 30 minutes beginning at 7:45 PM & return by the end of the show
  • Sun-Thu 8:00-19:00, Fri 8:00-16:00
  • 072-3932823
  • Website

Yad Vashem


Plan a memorable visit to Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center. Immerse yourself in the history of one the most devastating chapters in the modern era and take part in meaningful and dynamic commemoration of the Holocaust and its victims as you explore the one-of-a-kind museums, inspiring outdoor monuments, memorials, gardens and sculptures throughout the 45-acre campus, situated on Jerusalem’s picturesque Mount of Remembrance.

Special discounts for individual visitors:
20% discount on Audio Guide hire
10% discount at the Cafeteria & the Steimatzky bookstore

  • Mount Herzl stop: 10, 16, 20, 23, 24 Mount Herzl final stop Har HaZikaron
  • Sun-Wed 8:30-17:00, Thu 8:30-20:00, Fri & Holiday Eves 8:30-14:00
  • 072-3281988
  • Website
10% – 20% DISCOUNT

The Emek Tzurim National Park


Come discover treasure! Emek Tzurim National Park offers a special attraction – anyone can be an archaeologist for a day and try to find real artifacts from the Temple Mount soil, a fun enjoyable experience for the whole family.

20% discount on tour

Advanced booking only

  • 48, 48א to Bet Orot/Lempel
  • Sun-Thu 8:00-19:00, Fri 8:00-16:00
  • 072-3290779
  • Website