All Attractions In "Museums & Historic Sites"
Biblical Museum of Natural History Interactive Tour
This unique new museum combines a love for Biblical History and nature by opening a window into life during Biblical times.
Zomet Technology Halachic Science Center Tours & Workshops
Come to the "Zomet Halachic Science Center" and find out how rabbis and engineers solve techno-halachic problems. For example: How does the metal detector at the Kotel work? How do doctors write their notes on Shabbat? How does a Shabbat elevator work? How does a Shabbat wheelchair work?
Hebrew Music Museum Tour
The Hebrew Music Museum displays musical instruments from across the world and allows visitors to enjoy hearing their sounds and learning about the instruments history.
Kotel Tunnel Tours
Go underground as you explore the Kotel Tunnels with a trained guide. Learn about the history of this ancient space and it’s connection to religious life in Jerusalem. The Western Wall of the Temple Mount is one of the most magnificent and significant remnants in Jerusalem from the days of the Second Temple, destroyed approximately […]
Bringing Museums Alive – Interactive Tours
Take an exciting Jewish History and Tanach Tour in one of Israel’s best museums, led by Nachliel Selavan. Whether you chose a virtual tour or a real life tour, you will enjoy the museum from a different angle. Nachliel knows his stuff…he creates a unique blend of the ancient and the modern, as he tickles […]
Agnon House Tour
Visit the home of one of Israel’s most influential writers, Shai Agnon. The Agnon House in Jerusalem is a National Heritage Site, dedicated to the work of the writer S.Y. Agnon, the 1966 Nobel Prize in Literature laureate. Agnon and his wife Esther built this house in 1931, and he lived here until his death […]
Beit Yellin Tour
The Yellin Home serves as a visitors center to Motza and its surroundings, and tells the story of Yellin, his vision, and the agricultural development.
Levi Eshkol House Tours
The home of the former Prime Ministers of Israel, the Levi Eshkol House tells the story of Israel. The SPNI and the Levi Eshkol organization joined forced and renovated the building, and it is now open to the public by reservation. During the tour visitors can watch a short movie about the history and life […]
Temple Institute Tours
What makes Jerusalem unique? Why have more wars been fought over Jerusalem than any other city? Why do Jewish people turn towards Jerusalem when praying? Machon Hamikdash offers a rare opportunity to connect Jerusalem’s fame and mystic to the Beit Hamikdash. The visit includes an exhibit of vessels including the Showbread Table, Golden Candelabra, Golden […]
Yad Vashem Tour
As the Jewish people’s living memorial to the Holocaust, Yad Vashem safeguards the memory of the past and imparts its meaning for future generations. Established in 1953, as the world center for documentation, research, education and commemoration of the Holocaust, Yad Vashem is now a dynamic and vital place of inter -enerational and international encounter. […]