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The Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem holds a unique collection dating back to the beginning of written history. It tells the story of humanity, the story of culture, the story of where we came from and how we got here. It tells Your Story. The Museum...more
Hours Today: 09:30 - 21:30
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Rehov Shmuel Stephan Weiz 21, Jerusalem 9104601, Israel
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I enjoyed visiting this museum and getting a fresh and new perspective on many of my favorite Biblical stories. Biblical ideas that I took for granted many years changed when I visited the museum.
The guides are amazing!
If you have been to the Israel Museum, keep your tab as it entitles you to a discount at the Bible Lands museum.
We went just as the BLMJ opened. Had a good time walking around and went to the entrance to join the free...More
The Middle East since the dawn of civilization has been a source of religion, economics, culture and much, much more for the whole world. An excellent presentation of religion, customs and cultures from antiquity to recent times with countless wonderful artifacts.
It costs 44 Shekels to visit. The artifacts are interesting but you have to download their mobile app to have an audio guide. Problem is this app asks for permission to access all your text messages, phone calls, numbers etc otherwise you cannot use it....I...More
I have been to Israel since 1968 and never visited the Bible Lands Museum. I always thought it was connected to the Israel Museum but it is not. You must visit this museum. They really have done it right. I learned so much from the...More
This was the 2nd time I was there. Each time I took a tour in English at 10:30am and after 2 hours the guide only went through the temporary exhibits. This is a treasure trove of Jewish antiquities. Must return there a 3rd time to...More
If you're looking for a great place to have a party or special occasion catered event this is the place to go.
I have been here on a number of occasions, including a wedding, and this is a great venue.
The food was delicious and...More
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Sorry but I do not know which bus to take.
I've always gone on Shabbat and walked it from close to Hapalmach. It is about a 30 minute walk on a slight uphill incline after you get tot he Valley of the Cross.