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House Call: Conrad Schick

Ha-Nevi’im Street and Tabor House

Some Important Details

  • תאריכון

    Date and Time

    Tuesday, February 20
    10:00 am | Tour length: 2 hours approx.

  • מחיר


    55 NIS
    35 NIS for residents of the South and North conflict zones

  • מדריך


    Tower of David Jerusalem Museum staff

Jerusalem boasts many homes of important influential people who worked in and contributed greatly to the city. In this series, get to know these personalities and their works by visiting their homes and seeing what is happening in the surrounding area today.

Conrad Schick, a distinguished personality in 19th century Jerusalem, was one of the first researchers of Jerusalem and the land of Israel. The autodidact, Schick, worked as an archeologist, builder of models and cartographer. He was also an architect with a special touch, who built many buildings and institutions in Jerusalem.

Learn about the Schick and the German institutes in the area of Ha-Nevi’im St. – then called Street of the Consuls; and visit Tabor House, Schick’s home, which today houses the Swedish Theological Institute. The house was one of the most impressive, beautiful buildings in Jerusalem and its beautiful facade continues to turn the heads of passersby until today.

Advance registration required | Please wear comfortable shoes | Participants are eligible for a 30% discount on Museum ticket purchase on the tour date.

The tour is subject to a minimum number of participants | There may be changes due to weather | Private group tours can also be arranged – for details > *2884 | [email protected]

Tickets purchased on the website can be canceled within 14 days of purchase, but not less than 7 business days from the date of the event. Requests for ticket cancellations must be sent in writing to: [email protected]

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