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Located in capital city of Jerusalem, the Museum brings these stories of Christian love and heroism to the world. Magnificently told using groundbreaking technology found nowhere else in the nation, visitors experience the unfolding story as though...more
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This is a different kind of museum that uses only state-of-the-art projection technology for its displays. Expect to be introduced to some of the great friends of Zion who each played a roll, either in protecting the Jews during the holocaust, or helping to make...More
This is an interesting, interactive museum, with tour lead by a tour guide.
It is the story of non-Jewish people who were strong advocates of a Jewish homeland. These are often forgotten by the pages of history and very few other places remind us of...More
What a great museum!!! Our tour group really liked the fact that the museum was interactive. The technology in the museum is amazing! If you’re planning a trip to Jerusalem, this museum is worth the time!!!
The Friends of Zion Museum is centrally located in the heart of Jerusalem.
It tells the story of the many Christians who were instrumental in the creation of the Jewish State (like British Army General Orde Wingate). Well done and entertaining.
We were there yesterday and were very impressed. I was interested in going (although a bit skeptical) and learning a little but I found the museum more than just interesting. The physical use of space is terrific and I found that the technology added and...More
As someone who has worked in the museum world, I and my partner found the story aggravating because it was told in films that were loud and brazen in their appearance. I would dissuade anyone who wanted to visit here.
This Museum should be on every tour guide's list. They did an impeccable job of explaining the history and highlighting the beauty of Israel. We visited the museum on our final day in Jerusalem. This was a perfect way to summarize our tour.