Imagine a few centuries ago, an Ottoman soldier as he walks along Jerusalem’s city wall. Perhaps it was a long and windy winter night, perhaps a summer day, right after dawn.
The Patrick and Lina Drahi Entrance Pavilion will open to visitors in 2022 and will be constructed of steel, stone and glass.
The construction works to build the new structure by the Jaffa Gate have opened rare archaeological opportunities.
What's new in Israel's capital in the upcoming week.
Tyrian shekels are often mentioned in historical accounts from the Second Temple Period, but a very few have actually been found.
Peggy Cidor's round-up of city affairs
Jerusalem Mayor: Tower of David links Old City of Jerusalem to new city; and its renovation benefits the entire urban landscape
Two years in the making, the exhibition couldn’t have come at a better – or stranger – time.
In addition, the museum is holding a competition for one family to win spending a night at the museum sleeping in luxurious “glamping” tent under the Jerusalem skies.
Of all the fighters of the Independence war, only three men are still with us: David Levin, Avraham Savir (Stashevsky) and Shmuel Lalkin, all in their mid-90s