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Accessibility at the Tower of David Museum

The Tower of David Museum is located in Jerusalem’s historic Citadel, built to protect the city from conquerors and invaders.  This protected heritage site has many obstacles that bar easy access. Despite this, the museum values accessibility for all and strives to advance it.  We are committed to giving all visitors who come through the gates of the museum a quality experience.

*Due to construction work underway throughout the Tower of David, there may be temporary changes in the accessibility of the site.  For more information and details, contact the reservation center *2884.

The Museum is improving accessibility in a number of ways:
Facilitating visits for independent tourists with disabilities
Guided tours for adults with special needs
Leisure activities for families with children with special needs
Leisure activities for adults with special needs
Activities within the Special Education framework

General information about accessibility at the museum
Drop-off at the entrance of the museum with a vehicle (parking is available in one of the adjacent paid parking lots)
Lifts and ramps throughout the museum
Free wheelchair rental - located at the entrance to the museum
Discount on tickets for holders of a Disability Card
Audio guide available in various languages

Accessibility for the Blind and Visually impaired 
Guided tours focused for the individual visitor or for groups - advance reservation required

The classic Night Spectacular at the Museum is accessible for the sight impaired through audio description (Hebrew and English) with comfortable easy-to-use headsets.  With advance registration, spacious, reserved seating is available which provides easy access for you and your guide dog.   

Access for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired 
Guided tours with audio aids - advance registration required
For every guided tour, a sign language interpreter can be requested (14 days advance registration required)

For every event at the Museum, depending on the nature of the event, a sign language interpreter can be requested (14 days advance registration required)

Accessibility for People with Limited Mobility
Entrances, exits and passages in the courtyard of the Citadel are wheelchair accessible  
Bathroom stalls are wheelchair accessible 

Accessibility for People with Cognitive Disabilities
Appropriate tours for closed groups - reservation and coordination in advance required

Periodical activities for families of children with special needs - watch for announcements
Periodical activities for adults with special needs - watch for announcements

To order guided tours:  02-626-5347

To order tickets for the Night Experience: *2884 | 02-626-5333

Accessibility coordinator at the museum - Reut Kozak
Phone: 02-626-5393  email:  reut@tod.org.il