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The model of Old Jerusalem is set to a 1:50 scale and the many ramps surrounding it at a 360 degree viewpoint make it interesting to see. This is a 3-D set-up that allows one to see how the old city looked in its time....More
The model is large and really quite amazing to see. The only downside is that in the summer, most of it is in the direct sun--we stood in the shady part and looked over the whole thing rather than walk around it. My kids really...More
The Israel museum is incredible, so rich I can spend a week. This section of the museum can be visited separately, and it is an an excellent starting point in the Jerusalem visit. It is a very convenient stroll around the model, and i would...More
Jerusalem in biblical timed which can be viewed from all angles as you walk around it brings to life how it was in
the age of the bible I saw children looking in amazement
it is part of the Israel museum which also includes the...More
This large scale model of Jerusalem as it was in 66 AD when the revolt against Roman rule began is a revelation. Jerusalem was a city of some 450 acres (180 hectares). There was only one sacred area and only one God. In 70 AD...More
This is an enormous scale model of Jerusalem as it existed during the time of the Second Temple. You can walk around it and see everything from public buildings to the Temple to little houses for ordinary people. I can only imagine the depth of...More
The massive scale model of the Jerusalem City in the period of the Second Temple, some 2000 years, is a recommended first stop for a visit to Jerusalem. Having a local guide is a must to answer any questions you might have. It is amazing...More
One of the very interesting and impressive features of the Israel Museum is the the large-scale model of Jerusalem during the Second Temple period. This attraction is located outside the main museum buildings adjacent to the Shrine of the Rock.
This is a huge (50:1...More
We toured the Israel museum. We had a friend tell us a lot of amazing things about it. It wouldn't have been the same if he hadn't given us all the background that he did. It was better than having the the audio. The audio...More