If you like history and archaelogy, this is worth a visit. It is small, and there isn't that much to see. It is the remains of a house belonging to the priest that was burned by the Romans. There is also a film that imagines the last days of this priestly family. The film is about 15 minutes. You can buy a combo ticket for this and the nearby Wohl Archaelogical Museum. This attraction is in the Jewish Quarter, not far from the parking lot and near the stairs that lead down to the Western Wall.
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