The nativity-scene spectacle at the Crib Museum is a short walk off Manger Sq.
Old Bethlehem Museum
Old Bethlehem Museum will transport you through time to a typical Palestinian home of the 19th century. See native costumes; purchase...
Mosque of Omar
On Manger Sq, opposite the church, is the Mosque of Omar , named after the 2nd caliph, Omar Ibn al-Khattab. It was built in 1860 on land...
Al-Kuz Café and Bar
This charmingly kitschy Bedouin-inspired coffeebar extends out to a rambling patio garden. Free wi-fi.
Two shops on the down-ramp off the square serve felafel, but the second one down is so cherished, restaurateurs from Haifa come in to...
Manger Sq · interesting places nearby
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Down the ramp from Manger Sq and to the left find a wide open bar in this old, stone textile factory and olive oil press. Have a meal or cappuccino with a slice of creamy layaly lubnan (a crustless pudding made from milk, semolina and cream with a touch of rose water). Keys on the wall symbolise the Palestinian return home, in keeping with the name of this place: our grandparents' house.