• The Significance of the Western Wall for Christians

    The ancient Western Wall is a historically important site for Jews as well as Christians, and a visit to this holy site is nothing short of a special and holy Israel experience.
  • Tower of David Night Spectacular

    Experience a multi-sensory light and sound show set against the ancient citadel walls in Jerusalem's Old City, effortlessly combining history and modern technology.
  • Church of the Holy Sepulchre

    Many claim that this site is in fact the holiest place for Christians to visit in the Old City of Jerusalem, as it is the site of the crucifixion of Jesus, and holds the tomb of Jesus.
  • City of King David

    Discover this recently excavated ancient city; walk past a palace, and into a maze of underground tunnels which served as a primary fresh water source for biblical Jerusalem.
  • The Temple Institute

    In its newly renovated facility, the history of the Temple is portrayed through words and pictures. View how the menorah, stone alter, and table of loaves were constructed.
  • The Pool of Bethesda

    View the remains of ancient pools known for their ability heal. It is here that Jesus immediately healed a paralytic who wasn't able to enter the water quickly enough.
  • The Rabbinical Tunnels

    View a multimedia show called "Generations" and walk through the tunnels and the Roman road as you explore underground Jerusalem beneath the Muslim Quarter.
  • The Jewish Quarter

    Explore the ancient Jewish quarter and its stone pathways which hold numerous holy sites important to the history of both Judaism and Christianity.
  • Viri Galilaei

    Witness beautiful artwork depicting important moments in the life of Jesus inside this Greek Orthodox church built from the famous Jerusalem stone.
  • Solomon’s Stables & Jesus’s Cradle

    This site received its name from the Crusaders who gained control of the area, believing it to be where King Solomon kept his horses.
  • Solomon’s Quarries

    Explore this 5-acre cave that once quarried stones used to build Solomon's Temple. The cave is located between the Damascus Gate and Herod gate in the Old City.
  • Bethlehem Holy Tour Sites

    A few spots that must be seen on your Holy Israel Tour include the city of Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus, the Church of the Nativity, and Manger Square.
  • King David’s Tomb

    This holy tomb was discovered during renovations to a church in the 12th century. It is believed to be the grave of the renowned Israelite king, King David.
  • Jerusalem’s Old City and Bethlehem

    Jerusalem's Old City and Bethlehem contain a wellspring of holy sites, and has historical significance for Christians, Jews, and Muslims alike.
  • Warren’s Shaft Underground Water Tunnel

    In ancient Jerusalem, water was brought into the city through underground tunnels, known today as Warren's Shaft., which was discovered by Sir Charles Warren.
  • Via Dolorosa and Stations of the Cross

    Walk along the 600 foot roman road taken by Jesus as he carried the cross nearing his crucifixion; one of the most important sites for Christians in Israel.
  • Tower of David

    Enter the Tower of David museum by walking on a drawbridge over a moat and explore the exhibits which explain the history of the city from the millennium BC and forward.
  • Tombs of the Prophets

    Archaeologists believe that these tombs, now kept by the Russian Orthodox Church, were used to bury Christians visiting during the 4th and 5th centuries.
  • Praetorium

    It is here that Pontius Pilate, the Roman Prefect who ruled Judea at the time of Jesus, condemned Jesus and put him on trial, according to the Book of Matthew and Mark.
  • Hurva Synagogue

    Hurva, meaning "ruins" in Hebrew is a fitting name for this synagogue due to its history of multiple destructions. Climb to the third floor and view the Whispering Gallery.
  • The Golden Gate

    Anne and Joachim, Jesus's grandparents, first met at the Golden Gate. Today it is the oldest gate still standing in the Old CIty, which served as a gate to the Temple Mount.
  • Ecce Homo Church

    This is the second station of the cross on the Via Dolorosa. Latin for "behold the man", the words Ecce Homo were spoken by Pontius Pilate as Jesus was presented to the crowd.
  • Dome of the Rock

    A holy site to more than one religion, the Dome of the Rock is a special site for Christians because Jesus delivered the famed Seven Woes speech in this very place.
  • Davidson Center Jerusalem Archeological Park

    This state-of-the-art center houses multiple sites, including the Southern Wall excavations and Robinson's Arch, telling the story of Jerusalem through technology.
  • Condemnation Chapel

    Originally established by the Byzantines, then used as a mosque, in 1904 this holy site was restored to its original use as a place of worship for Catholics.
  • The Coenaculum

    The night before Jesus was captured, he and his disciples held a Passover dinner in Coenaculum, meaning "dining room" in Latin. This was the location of the Last Supper.
  • Church of the Redeemer

    This Lutheran Church, Jerusalem's second Protestant church to be build, is an important site to visit, as it is the location of Golgotha; the site of Jesus' crucifixion and burial.
  • Church of St. Catherine

    This 19th century Roman Catholic church is famous for being chosen as the location for a broadcast of midnight mass on Christmas Eve to Catholics around the world.
  • Church of St. Anne

    In the Muslim Quarter of the Old City, you'll find the Church of St. Anne at the start of the Via Dolorosa. It is known for its incredible acoustics, designed for Gregorian chants.
  • Christ Church – Old City

    Known as the oldest Protestant church in the Middle East, this unusual Church is so special because it is still an active place of worship in Jerusalem's Old City.
  • Chapel of Flagellation

    Built on the site where Jesus was attacked by Roman soldiers after being sentenced to death, this Chapel is under the responsibility of the Franciscans, ordered by the Pope.
  • Al-Aqsa Mosque

    The third most holy site to Islam holds a rock which bears the footprint of Jesus. The mosque was built over Christian structure remains on the Temple Mount.
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