Tour Sites

The Art Garden at the Israel Museum

On the western slope of the Israel Museum, lies the Art Garden that was impressively landscaped by Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchiand.The 20-acre garden is made up of terraced, semicircular earth and stone embankments and contains...

Oskar Schindler’s Grave on Mount Zion

A Hero’s Final Resting Place on Mount ZionBorn in 1908, Oskar Schindler was an ethnic German industrialist born in Moravia.   Oskar Schindler saved more than 1,000 Jews during the Holocaust by employing them in his...

Rehavia Windmill

The Rehavia windmill that was built by the Greek Orthodox Church in the middle of the 19th century.  The windmill was constructed in the heart of farmland and was used for the production of flour...

The Good Samaritan Museum

The biblical name of the area called Ma’ale Adumim (Red Heights) and it takes its name from the red rock lining the ascent from the Dead Sea.The 16 mile-long road between Jerusalem and Jericho has...

Jerusalem Syndrome

Imagine a nice, perfectly normal-looking tourist traveling around Israel, who eventually comes to Jerusalem, as tourists do. Suddenly everything goes awry: claiming he is Samson, he tries to bring down the walls near the Western...

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