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The true story of this amazing place will bring a tear to your eye,,,make sure to read the book THE DOVE KEEPERS before the visit as it will enhance your experience tenfold.
Educational, interesting absolutely one of the most awesome experiences. Be prepared to walk...More
The museum fills in some things that you may question up on Masada. This is a nice museum but you could miss it if you are in a hurry and think that the visitors center and the mountain are all that is here.
The Masada site itself is so imposing, towering over the surrounding area, that it's easy to miss the museum near the visitors' center. The museum itself is artistically presented, with cast metal figures in darkened rooms where artifacts from Masada are displayed in lit cabinets....More
Travel back in time 2,000 years, when a grand fortress constructed for Roman puppet “client king of Judea” Herod is found overlooking Dead Sea on the northeast hillside of Masada, recognized as the symbol of Jewish freedom. Masada was the last stronghold of about a...More
The western palace of king herod, the beauty of this site is it is original in that other sites were not built on top of it.
Taking the cable car to the top you can see the importance of this location and the Roman camps...More
Another superb Audio guide arrangement, best one to date. The tour through the museum is arranged in chronological order, explaining in detail the exhibits excavate at the site, their relevance to the society, background to rebels, the blodfy battles for the fort, rise and fall...More
You walk through dark rooms with stories to read that explains and illustrates the history and life surrounding Masada. Also includes its research. This includes audio tour headphones. Gives good overview before exploring the ruins on top.
I have been there twice in the last years - surprisingly they added new archeological exhibits to it. We did it with a tour guide, but you can rent an audio tour roo, which is very comfortable, if you want to dig in to history...More
Great museum with wonderful audio. Rooms portraying the different stages of Masada's history, filled with fascinating artifacts...especially the shards with names written on them...possibly the real ones used to decide who would be the last one alive? Don't miss this!