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Take time to find and visit this attraction. This may well be Abraham's well. Even if it isn't, it seems old enough. You walk through a multimedia path and sit in an auditorium for a really well done movie. The theme is that Abraham is...More
Was there, actually around, since the place has somehow unusual opening hours. Please be sure first to call or check on internet if the Center is open and accept visitors. The place a very small, but a nearby small park is also great, especially whet...More
Came to see the well on a holiday, but unfortunatly it was over booked (!), not clear why the place cannot be opened more hours.
Is this place so important that people cannot enter, or maybe the visit isn't planned good enough, to serve the...More
This interesting historical site is very accessible to all visiting the city of Beersheba.
Free parking. Easily found, using WAZE.
Nice knowledgeable guide in Hebrew. Also have tours in other languages.
Movie is in many languages.Try to order in advance, because there are school tours...More
After atempting a visit on several ocasions we managed finally to get in (the place is advertised as accessible by apointment only). It is nicely restored and has a modest presentation movie introducing you to the place and knowledgeable guide giving you some additional data...More
A very authentic and inspirational place. Abraham's well, the supposed well next to which Abraham and AviMelech took a vow and the well was the witness... thus the origin of the name Ber Sheva. Very well reorganized and the site has been renovated to give...More