Attractions

Join the Holypass card, and enjoy more fun for less!

Love attractions, action and challenges? Let’s get an impression of amazing sites, In enchantments places . Large discounts to shows, many concerts and alot of attractions with reasonable prices. Worthwhile opportunity to entertain the kids and the whole family. Visit the world of different adventures in Israel, such as shooting, bowling, carting, old places, historical places and, as well as many other places of attractions.

Enjoy the attracions places discount holypass card which includes discounts of up to 15% for more than 55 places and contains card discounts on A variety of places such as discounts restaurants and cafes, tourist villages, theme parks, attraction places for adults and childrens, and more.

holypass Is filled with more than 55 attractions of the wonderful museums and art galleries in the upper historic buildings. Choose the features most popular tourist attractions and many make sure there is something to suit all tastes. Do not forget that the owners of holyPass can save time on some of these features with Queue Leaping privileges.

With all these available choices the only question that remains is – Which attraction will you choose?

The holypass card enables visiting two sites with red colors, Three sites with orange colors, And various benefits which with blue colors, And many special discounts.

the attractions sites is:

Musrara School of Art– Social Gallery

A unique gallery that deals with social issues in the community and society in Israel. All images and gallery exhibits are made by students from different departments of Musrara School of Art.

 

Western Wall Tunnel

Special for HolyPass holders: Admission with just

two days’ prior reservation (individual adults or

children); subject to availability and via Internet

reservation only. Tour with full payment at cashier.

 

Roman Plaza

In this plaza still paved with original Emperor

Adrianus-era stones (133 CE), once stood

the column from which distances to all

of Israel’s cities were measured. Maps,

photos and illustrations depict the history of

Damascus Gate.

 

Ramparts Walk

Views of the past contrasting the new, amazing landscapes, quaint Jerusalem neighborhoods from the present and central sights of the Capital. From the Jaffa Gate to the Lion Gate or to the Dung Gate.

 

Zedekiah’s Cave

Beneath the houses of the Old City lies the huge and breathtaking Cave, the quarry from which the stones of the Temple were hewn.

 

“Alone on the Ramparts”

Alongside the new film “Alone on the Ramparts” – the story of the defenders of the Quarter.

 

The Temple Institute

70 recreated Temple implements made of gold, silver and copper; tens of original oil paintings depicting life in Temple times and marble-gold model of Herod’s temple. Includes film.

 

Rabban Yohanan Ben Zakai

Sephardi Synagogues- The center of Sephardi communal life since the 16th century, and refuge for Jewish Quarter residents during the 1948 War of Independence.

 

Ariel Center for Jerusalem in the

First Temple Period, Yad Ben Zvi Audiovisual presentation, model of First Temple-era Jersalem and exhibit of archaeological finding and recreations. Tour for individuals and groups included in admission.

 

The Generations Center

Experience a glass exhibit and state- of-the-art sound and light spectacle telling the story of the Jewish people. 1-hour guided tour included.

 

Archaeological Experience in Tsurim Valley

Participate in the excavation of ancient findings from the Temple Mount. After a short workshop, roll up your sleeves and sift for archaeological remains.

 

City of David

Visit the city of the prophets the amazing discoveries in the place where it all began. Walk through  Hezekiah’s tunnel to

the pool of siloam.

 

The Jerusalem Archaeological Park – Davidson Center

2000 years of history at the base of the Temple Mount. Remains from Second Temple, Byzantine, Umayyad and other periods. State-of-the-art visitor`s center.

 

The Burnt House of Kathros Archaeological display, fascinating

sound and light presentation describing the daily life of the Kathros family and the battle during which its home and Jerusalem were burnt in 70 CE.

 

Western Wall Plaza

adults: 25 NIS

children/students / soldiers/seniors: 15 NIS

Special for HolyPass holders: Admission with just

two days’ prior reservation (individual adults or

children); subject to availability and via Internet

reservation only. Tour with full payment at cashier.

 

Roman Plaza

In this plaza still paved with original Emperor

Adrianus-era stones (133 CE), once stood

the column from which distances to all

of Israel’s cities were measured. Maps,

photos and illustrations depict the history of

Damascus Gate.

 

Armon Hanaziv

Guided tours leaving from Peace Forest:

Price per person:150 NIS

 

Below Damascus Gate

Adults: 16 NIS

Children/students/ seniors: 10 NIS

 

Enter at Jaffa Gate

Adults: 16 NIS

Children/students/ seniors: 8 NIS

 

1 HaKaraim St.

Adults: 15 NIS

Children: 7 NIS

 

19 Misgav Ladakh St.

Adults: 20 NIS

Children: 15 NIS

Private/VIP guided

tours available with prior coordination

 

City of David, near

Dung Gate

Adults: 23 NIS

Children/seniors: 12 NIS

Guided tours in English and Hebrew

* During Passover and Sukkoth, no access to City of David with card

 

›Between Western Wall and Dung Gate

Adults: 30 NIS

Children/students/seniors: 16 NIS

Guided tours in English, Hebrew and Virtual Model at additional cost with reservation.