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Hanukkah 2014 in Emek Tzurim

Stones tell the tale of history’s past

An archaeological experience uncovering artifacts from the Temple Mount: A family-friendly activity in a covered and convenient location in the Emek Tzurim National Park Have fun sifting through archaeological rubble to uncover remnants from the Temple Mount and the Temple, spanning various periods.
Cost:
Regular Price: Adults: 20 NIS ,Kids: 16 NIS  
Family Deal: 80 NIS for a family of 2 adults and 3 children. If the couple has more than 3 kids, they may enter free of charge.Activity runs about two hours. Activity is available in English and Hebrew.
 

The Valley Race Navigation Game

A cellular navigation game for the whole family in Emek Tzurim! Riddles, challenges, a smart phone, and most important of all…Jerusalem!
Cost:
80 NIS per set. Up to 7 people per set. Activity runs about two hours Please Note: This activity is currently only available in Hebrew.

 

Archaeological Sifting & The Valley Race Navigation Game

Family Ticket Cost: 130 NIS for a family of up to 8 people.
Please designate approximately a total of three and a half hours for both activities.
 

Activity Times

Sunday, Dec 21st, 30th of Tevet, 5th day of Chanukah Monday, Dec 22nd, 1st of Tevet, 6th day of Chanukah Tuesday, Dec 23rd, 2nd of Tevet, 7th day of Chanukah The site is open from 8:00am- 6:00pm.
Last activity begins at 4:00pm.
Guided activity in English: 9:00am and 12:00pm
Guided activity in Hebrew: 11:00am, 1:00pm, 2:00pm

 

Arrival Directions to the Emek Tzurim National Park

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  • Emek Tzurim

    Emek Tzurim

    A find from the Temple Mount Sifting Project
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    Emek Tzurim

    Rubble from the Temple Mount before sifting
Touring ancient Jerusalem was an amazing experience for the entire family
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