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About The Garden Tomb, Jerusalem

The Garden Tomb is the worship place for Anglicans and Protestants, believed to the place where Jesus was buried (to the controversy of the other burial place).

The controversy comes from the place of Jesus’s burial being called ‘Golgotha’ or ‘Skull Hill’ assumed to be this very place by Scholars since the mid-19th century.

The tomb along with the garden does make for a pleasant place to visit when in Jerusalem. Join the innumerable people who come here to pray at the tomb and to experience the tranquil environment.

The Garden Tomb Tickets Prices

  • Admission is Free.
  • For any other prices, call up the place. 

The Garden Tomb Opening and Closing Hours

Group Tour timings:

  • If your group wants to have a tour only (with no meeting afterwards), group bookings can be made on or between the following times (on the half hours)
  • For other Group tour timings, call up the place.

How To Get To The Garden Tomb by Public Transport

  • Bus: Terminal through Nablus
  • Light Rail: Damascus Gate
  • Taxi
  • Rent a Bike
  • On foot

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Address: Conrad Schick St., Jerusalem, 91193, Isreal

Phone: +972-25398100

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Timings: 08:30 am - 05:00 pm Details

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  • Peaceful place. Feel the God love through the grave. Very very special moment to be in this garden. There are no word good enough to thank you Lord. There are no word to explain my feel. Awesome God ! Jesus is alive !

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  • We don't know if this is THE place where Jesus was buried and where He rose from the death, but it sure gives a very good impression of how the garden might have looked like. The garden is beatiful and the staff is very friendly. The atmosphere around here is very pleasing and therefore a must-see when in Jerusalem.

  • Beautiful gardens! Definitely worth the visit. The nose of the skull fell out so it is hard to identify a "place of the skull." Do not go anticipating to see a skill in the side of the ridge.

  • A Tomb that some protestant thought it was the burial place of Jesus Christ the Messiah, it was a quick tour when I was visiting it, because the tour guide was telling me to stay in the last. Did anyone encountered that tour guide before? The tour organizer said he was from Taiwan and our pastor said nothing about it. I feel very strange about it.

  • This for sure was a very special experience. There is the debate between protestants and catholics/orthodox whether this or another place is the place where Jesus really died and was buried, but to be honest, this version comes very much closer to how it really was. This garden offers you place to draw back and reflect, whereas the other place in the city with the churches and a million tourists is so crowed and very much focused on the one spot - the stone where The cross was etc. I guess this has to do with religion and its rituals - which for me personally had little meaning. This place for sure helps picture things as they were.

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