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We visited as part of an organised pilgrimage and watched the film show and toured the ampitheatre and the coastal walk before having lunch nearby. Well worth seeing how the location has changed over 000's of years.
This was the first stop on our tour and a good place to start and see first hand the history spoken about in the Bible.
The remains of what King Herod started was amazing to stand in the middle. Clearly there has been reconstruction to...More
Our guide brought us here and we are glad he did. The guide on duty for the museum very knowledgeable about the various pieces on display. They had many examples of various Greek, Roman an Byzantine coins, columns, statues, pottery jugs etc. Hard to believe...More
King Herod had this port city built more than 2,000 years ago and it does not take too much imagination to picture the old city during its prime. There are remnants of a grand amphitheater, the palace, a temple, luxurious bathhouse, a network of streets...More
Wow! We took a guided tour and it was amazing. This splendid museum houses the largest collection of archeological artifacts related to ancient Caesarea, King Herod's city. Various items on display include marble statues, sarcophagi, inscriptions, coins, oil lamps, pottery, jewelry, metal utensils, amphorae, etc....More
Excelent collection of Archeologic artifacts from Herodian and Crusaders period from the city CESAREA MARITIMA from63 BCE Built to honour Julius Ceaser,In the protected harbour there is the Under water museum for divers
This whole area changes constantly as more artefacts and history unfolds! It's such an exciting place to visit and the museum is thoughtfully and artistically arranged. The film is fantastic. The staff so helpful and enthusiastic.
The collection is varied and grows every time I go. The dig is being worked on all the time and things are being uncovered and reconstructed to attain some of their former glory. I return again and again.
It was refreshing to find Roman ruins right on the water, after visiting sites in Turkey (like Ephesus), which had silted up over time. There was a very nice introductory film, followed by a guided tour. The well-preserved amphitheater still hosts musical groups, and the...More