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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Jaffa Gate 3

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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.

Independence Park

  • Park/Playground

This is a great area for lounging around, throwing Frisbees, or eating a picnic lunch in warm weather. Some of the Muslim graves at the...

Jerusalem YMCA

  • Hotel–Sight

The Jerusalem YMCA exudes Old World charm. Its high-domed landmark bell tower thrusts out of a palatial white-limestone facade, full...

Machaneh Yehuda

  • Market/Bazaar

For a unique local experience, head to this two-block-long alley and a parallel wider street filled with the brilliant colors of the...

Montefiore's Windmill

  • Windmill

This limestone windmill was built by Sir Moses Montefiore in 1857 to provide a source of income for his planned neighborhood of Mishkenot...

Nahalat Shiva

  • Neighborhood/Street

This small neighborhood has a funky feel, with worn flagstones, wrought-iron banisters, and defunct water cisterns. Its name translates...

Umberto Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art

  • Museum/Gallery

The little-known gem shares its classic old stone building with a cultural center (ask to see the frescoes in the ground-floor hall).

Yemin Moshe

  • Neighborhood/Street

This now-affluent neighborhood, with its attractive old stone buildings, bursts of greenery and bougainvillea, and well-kept cobblestone...

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