Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem, Jerusalem

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History Museum · Hidden Gem · Specialty Museum
Step back in time as you explore Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem, a museum that displays archaeological findings from a variety of civilizations, connected by an overarching biblical theme. Established in 1992, the museum exhibits artifacts and information about the Near East culture and history, from prehistoric times to the rise of Christianity. Admire antique art, weapons, and documents belonging to Phoenicians, Arameans, Egyptians, Persians, and other ancient cultures that appear in the bible. Put Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem at the forefront of your travel plans using our Jerusalem trip planner.
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  • If any human guide has the wide knowledge, talent, energy levels of Ms. Harrriet Mark who dazzled myself with a group of approx. 30 Senior. I say GO FOR IT ! Located near to the much larger Israel.....  more »
  • We visit Jerusalem regularly but this was our first time at this museum. It was fascinating to learn about the parallel cultures and people in the 'cradle of civilisation'. Beautifully displayed and....  more »
  • Great place to visit whilst in Jerusalem very interesting exhibits and a stone throw from the national museum so hard to miss. Well worth a visit and the staff are great.
  • Way better than I expected. The history if seals and how they were used by people was fascinating. Way more exhibits than I thought. Wish we had more time here

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