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Wohl Archaeological Museum

Wohl Archaeological Museum

Wohl Archaeological Museum

Wohl Archaeological Museum (1 Hakaraim Street, Jerusalem) – located within Jerusalem’s Herodian Quarter is this museum, which reveals the splendor of the wealthy neighborhoods in Herod’s time and the way of life of the priests of the Second Temple.

 

 

This amazing museum is the largest roofed archaeological site in Israel and contains the oldest engraving of the temple menorah, ashes from the burning of the city, ritual baths, spectacular mosaic floors, frescoes, household and holy objects and more. Admission: NIS 16 (adult), NIS 7 (children). Hours: 9 am – 5 pm (Sunday – Thursday), 9 am – 1 pm (Friday),