The Western Wall Tunnels

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Western Wall Tunnels


A journey through time to the depths of the history of the capital of Israel


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Western Wall Tunnels


Jerusalem’s glory is revealed from deep inside the earth


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Western Wall Tunnels


New discoveries reveal the story of this magical city


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Western Wall Tunnels

Join us for a tour of the Western Wall Tunnels; travel back in time to a magical, ancient Jerusalem. Discover rare structures and archeological findings that tell the story of a city full of life thousands of years ago during the days of the Second Temple when the Western Wall was built. On this tour, you will walk along subterranean passageways that shed light on the life and habits of our ancestors. Walk along ancient roads, see ritual baths, and ancient aqueducts that brought water to Jerusalem’s residents and pilgrims.
Right above the entrance to the Tunnels is where the Great Bridge stood. In the distant past, this bridge was used to reach the Temple Mount. It also carried an aqueduct that brought water to the many cisterns under the Temple Mount floor. The tour includes a modular model of Mount Moriah where the Temple was built, helping you visualize the changes it had undergone. There is also an innovative 3D animation of the Temple Mount that gives a 360* perspective of the Second Temple, showing the stages of construction and destruction that affected the Temple Mount and the Western Wall from then to now.
Join a tour of the Western Wall Tunnels and discover fascinating worlds from the past.

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Sunday - Thursday: 7am until late at night
Friday: 7am - 12pm 
Saturday Evening: Based on reservation

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The Western Wall Heritage Foundation’s call center for booking tours to the Western Wall sites and around Jerusalem is open Sunday-Thursday 8:30am - 7pm
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The Western Wall Tunnels

The Western Wall Tunnels, a ‘time tunnel’ to ancient Jerusalem, expose the visitor to construction, sites, and artifacts that shed light on life in this special city during its most glamorous era, the Second Temple period.

A tour of the Tunnels unveils hidden sections of the Western Wall. It moves through underground passages, mikves and ancient water trenches, streets from the Second Temple era, a quarry used to excavate stones for the Kotel and more. The Western Wall’s enormous courses of stone are revealed in full size and magnitude, telling us about the architecture and building practices of different historical eras.

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Tours in Jerusalem and at the Western Wall Tourist Sites

Tour with us in ancient and modern Jerusalem and get to know this magical and fascinating city that always has something new and surprising to see. Experience thousands of years of history coming alive above and below ground.

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Western Wall Sites

The Western Wall Plaza is home to some of the most interesting historical tourist sites in the world, which offer a unique perspective on the genealogy of the Jewish people and the history of Jerusalem. We invite you to visit the sites and enjoy an empowering and unforgettable experience.