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This is a great museum at the start of the Via Dolorosa as it is situated at the First Station of the Cross; the Monastery of the Flagellation, which is associated with the Antonia Tower and Pontius Pilate's residence, where Jesus was tried, flogged and...More
A lot of people walking the Via Dolorosa seem to be in guided tour parties shuffling along after each other but if you are on your own or can return this small museum is definitely worthwhile. Modern and informative presentation (seems like it is expanding...More
I visited the Museum several times in the last months and I enjoyed its beauty and archeological collection. The warm people who welcomed me were friendly.
Most of all, I really appreciated the multimedia section which shows how Jerusalem developed through its long history. I...More
If you go to Jerusalem, you must visit this museum! In the multimedia part, you're immersed in an environment of lights, sounds, ambient noise, stories and animations. It only takes 15 minutes to visit it and will give you a short but very clear overview...More
This museum has a vast collection of archaeological findings that date back to the origins of Christianity and New Testament Times. Download the App Terra Sancta Museum to have access to lots of information on each loaction.
I visited the Archeological Terra Sancta Museum with my family, we were impressed by the care with which the museum was set up.
Also the Multimedia part is very impressive
The staff is very welcoming and kind
The Terra Sancta museum in the Old City of Jerusalem used to be a 19th century dusty old collection of artifacts. They have now jumped ahead and brought it into the 21st century with a light and sound presentation (very effective) and beautifully designed and...More
The museum is located in the Old City of Jerusalem. This museum is under construction now, and it will be comprised of three sections: multimedia, archaeology and history. many historical items stored here. A multimedia tale of passion of Jesus before the crucifixion. It looks...More
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