Alone on the Walls Museum
St Mark’s Chapel
The venerable St Mark’s Chapel is the home of the Syrian Orthodox community in Jerusalem, whose members number about 200. (There are...
Wohl Archaeological Museum
Down a narrow alleyway east of Hurva Sq, the impressive Wohl Archaeological Museum , features a 1st-century home and several Herodian...
Rachel Ben-Zvi Centre
Across from the Israelite Tower, the Rachel Ben-Zvi Centre , also on Shone HaLakhot St, exhibits a scale model of Jerusalem in the First...
Owners Gina and Ori can be found each morning serving up hot breakfasts to hungry tourists and locals alike. Pastas and salads appear...
Lonely Planet review
Close to the large menorah (seven-branched candelabrum) near the southern end of the Cardo, the Alone on the Walls Museum documents the May 1948 campaign for control over the city. The small but interesting exhibit includes a 15-minute documentary and a photo gallery. You can buy a combined ticket for this museum and the Burnt House for adult/child/student 32/15/22NIS.