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Difficulty level: easy
Due to the archaeological nature of the site, it includes stairs and is not accessible to those with walking difficulties
The City of David reveals the story of the revival of ancient Jerusalem in a unique and thrilling show, projected with cutting-edge technology on the ruins of the City of David, beneath the starry sky!
Over 2,000 years ago, Jerusalem was destroyed, and the Babylonian exile began. After 70 years, and against all odds, Nehemiah son of Hacaliah succeeded in rallying the greatest empire in the world and embarked on a dangerous journey to Jerusalem, leading a small mission to rebuild the devastated city, while facing challenges from within and enemies from without.
The show presents the amazing story of rebuilding Jerusalem, now redone with fascinating content and pyrotechnics that combine the special effects of fire and water, creating a breathtaking experience.
Food and Drinks
There is a snack bar on site offering food and drink options.
A free shuttle to Hallelujah night show will depart from the first station parking lot 45 minutes before show time.
We recommend taking advantage of this service to ensure you arrive on time.
The free shuttle service will be available to return you to the First Station at the conclusion of the show. Navigation with Waze
When you arrive at the parking lot, click on the link for walking directions to the pickup point: https://goo.gl/CygFKD
Route 1 – Central Bus Station – Kotel
Route 3 – Central Bus Station – Kotel
Route 38 – Jewish Quarter (circular route the goes by the Kotel)
Route 2 – From Kikar Tzahal (IDF Square) / Yitzhak Kariv Street (circular route operated by Superbus)
Taxis are always allowed to enter through Jaffa Gate; therefore, y can get to the City of David by taxi.
Arrival by private car:
Important note: It is difficult to find parking next to the Kotel and the City of David. These are our recommended arrival directions.
Nearby parking lots:
Navigation for walking:
Coming from the Kotel, turn left at the Dung Gate and it is a 2-minute walk to the City of David. Navigation with Google Maps
Unfortunately, due to the limitations of the archeological site, it is not wheelchair accessible
The City of David National Park is a secure site, and we work in full cooperation with the security forces.
Yes, the show is reccomended for children from age 5+.
In case of heavy rain, the show does not take place.
The Western Wall area and the City of David are very limited in terms of parking, it is not recommended to arrive by private vehicle.
The show is available for Hebrew, English, Spanish, French, Chinese and Russian speakers using headphones with simultaneous translation.
“Hallelujah Fire & Water”- Night Show for groups
City of David National Park
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