Jerusalem Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Jerusalem - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Beit Ticho

  • House/Mansion/Villa

Set among pine trees, this handsome two-story historical building is part museum and part concert venue. Dr. A. A. Ticho was a renowned...

Ben-Yehuda Street

  • Neighborhood/Street

Most of the street is an open-air pedestrian mall, in the heart of Downtown, forming a triangle with King George Street and Jaffa Street.

Bible Lands Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Most archaeological museums group artifacts according to their place of origin, but the curators here have abandoned this method in favor...

Bloomfield Science Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

For kids, this may be the city's best rainy-day option, but don't wait for a rainy day to enjoy the museum. Along with a range of intriguing...

Broad Wall

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

The discovery in the 1970s of the massive 23-foot-thick foundations of an Old Testament city wall was hailed as one of the most important...

Burnt House

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

We could almost smell the burning and feel the heat of the flames," wrote archaeologist Nahman Avigad, whose team uncovered evidence...

Cardo

  • Store/Shop/Mall

Today it's known for shopping, but the Cardo has a long history. In AD 135, the Roman emperor Hadrian built his town of Aelia Capitolina...

Chagall Windows and Hadassah Hospital

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Marc Chagall's vibrant stained-glass windows are the jewels in the crown of Hadassah Hospital's huge Ein Kerem campus. When the U.S.-based...

Chamber of the Holocaust

  • Museum/Gallery

This small museum is dedicated to the memory of the 6 million European Jews annihilated by the Nazis in the Second World War. Among the...

Church of Mary Magdalene

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

With its sculpted white turrets and gold onion domes, this Russian Orthodox church looks like something out of a fairy tale. It was dedicated...

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