The Garden Tomb, Jerusalem
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Address: Conrad Schick St., Jerusalem, 91193, Isreal, Israel
Timings: 08:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
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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 Ticket 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 reach The Garden Tomb by Public Transport
- Bus: Terminal through Nablus
- Light Rail: Damascus Gate
- Rent a Bike
- On foot
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The Garden Tomb, Jerusalem Reviews
A priceless opportunity and definitive life moment. I experienced overwhelming inner spiritual confirmation that this is the place where my Lord Jesus Christ was buried and where He was resurrected by the very Spirit that confirms it in my spirit. A moment of strong simultaneous emotions: great sorrow and overflowing joy - co-existing outer tears & previously unknown inner joy. Profound - Never to be forgotten!
This site is considered an alternate crucification and burial site for Jesus Christ. There is a mountain side that has resemblance to a skull which may have given rise to the name Golgotha mentioned in the Bible. There is also a cave which may have been used as a tomb. The site is well maintained and does not have the large crowds that visit the traditional site.
A must experience to ponder on our Risen Savior. Peaceful and you can take Holy Communion here as well. Too good
One of the best kept gardens in Jerusalem! Be sure to spend some time with Jesus!
The location is an amazing place. Every details matches the Biblical account in the Gospels. Worth the visit.