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What's new at the museum:

The Tower of David is being Renewed - This is your opportunity to sneak a peek at the exciting and historic process taking place in the Museum courtyard

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Due to construction work on site, visitors can tour three different audio guide routes:

BANAI - A Musical Journey from Persia to Jerusalem

The new exhibition, BANAI, explores how one family’s life story, over five generations, became synonymous with the soundtrack of the development of Jerusalem and Israel. The story of how this family of new immigrants, outsiders to the local culture, became a venerable cultural dynasty is unequalled in Israel – perhaps in the whole world. The Tower of David Museum exhibition, BANAI, shows their personal story while painting a much broader panorama. The exhibition is based on an audio enabled historical and musical soundtrack that takes visitors from the 19th century immigrant experience to the present-day with the traditional and contemporary melodies, tunes and songs that both influenced and were made famous by the members of the Banai family.

There will be on-line live webinars with the curator of the Exhibition on Sunday evenings Israel, mid-day USA. Details will be available on our website after the opening.

Opening: June 17, 2020 Closing: April 2021

NEW OUTDOOR TOUR ROUTES

Now, more than ever, we all want to spend quality time with family and friends without crowds and in the open air. So, we have opened two new tour routes through the Citadel, complete with audio guiding.

A Bird's Eye View of Jerusalem is a new audio tour route entirely located in the open air of the extensive citadel that invites visitors to get to know Jerusalem and discover how the city has changed throughout history. The tour includes unique historical models as well as archaeological finds located throughout the citadel.

The Mystery of Herod's Palace and the Kishle is another new tour route, inviting visitors to embark on a fascinating journey into the city's past, to revisit the great events and stories that shaped Jerusalem’s history. Discover the extensive excavations in the Citadel moat and the Kishle building, revealing secrets of the city from the days of the First Temple to the present time. Now, for the first time, the site is accessible to the independent visitor

Please note - tickets must be purchased in advance. We apologize that the tours routes is temporarily inaccessible to wheelchairs due to construction work on site.

The number of visitors to the museum is limited according to the Purple Certificate regulations
Tickets must be purchased in advance