Museums And Culture
The Jerusalem Visitor Center invites you to participate in a wide variety of tours of the Jerusalem Municipality according to areas of interest and prior coordination.
The general tour - preservation versus development in the square: The visit includes a tour of City Hall with its historic buildings, sculptures and street decorations therein. The compound contains the Mandatory City Hall building wherein the mayors of Jerusalem sit. The buildings were restored and adapted for contemporary and modern use.
During the visit, you can also see the "model house", - a small model of the city center, and see the view of the old and new neighborhoods of Jerusalem.
Additional tours: Municipal services in the square - During the visit you will be given an overview of the organizational structure and values of the city.
You will tour public buildings and service stations in the city hall.
Art and galleries tour in Safra Square - During the tour you will explore artworks, and sculptures that are in the square. You will visit the contemporary exhibition at the publicly-run gallery and tour Armenian ceramic wall works.
Accessible tour for the blind and visually impaired - During the tour visitors will feel and get to know the square using a route that has been adapted especially for them.
You will pass through art installations, models and feel the details of the municipal archive and the model of the city.
Duration: An hour and a half. Meetup: the "Meeting point for Tours of City Hall" sign at the entrance near Building 3. Cost: 10 NIS per person, minimum 150 NIS for a group. The tours are held for groups in a variety of languages but must be booked in advance.