The Tower of David Museum was quite the event. I must admit to seeing only the spectacular a/v presentation on the history of Jerusalem, but not seeing the excavated ruins in the daytime. We climbed the hill, through the Jaffa Gate, and over to the Museum in the later evening and finally wended our way down to the seating area where we were treated to the a/v show, projected at least 100 yards wide onto the irregular walls. We were not made aware beforehand on what to expect, so the surprise added to the wondrous event. This is something not to be missed if you can schedule into your plans.
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