The Temple Institute

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  • Address: Misgav Ledach 40, Jerusalem, 97500, Israel
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +972-026264545
  • Ticket Price: 35 ISK
  • Time Required: 00:50 Mins
  • Tags: Temple, Family And Kids, Exhibition

The Temple Institute's Holy Temple Visitors Center showcases the model of the Holy Temple complex, garments used by the High Priests, Paintings which depict the services of the temple and explains its rich history and role in the society.

What sets the museum apart from all the museum in Jerusalem is its innovative, technology-based presentations and Audio-visual exhibits.

After seeing history take form in the exhibits, visit the gift shop to buy souvenirs. 

  • Adult / Child: ISK 35
  • Children up to 3 years, no admission fee
  • Disabled: ISK 30
  • Groups numbering 15 people or more: ISK 30 per individual
  • Groups numbering 15 people or more, that reserve with the office at least 1 day in advance: ISK 25 per individual
  • A tour with a guide is an additional ISK 200 and must be reserved in advance and pre-paid.

  • It is advisable to arrive at least 1 hour before closing time.
  • Individuals and groups of up to 20 people do not require advance bookings
  • During visiting hours, personal audio headsets with English-language explanation are provided for self-guided tours without prior reservation.
  • It is advisable to check with the office one day prior to your visit just to make sure that there are no large groups scheduled at the time that you plan to arrive.

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  • Light Rail: at City Hall
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Bike
  • On foot

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  • The Temple Institute Address: Misgav Ledach 40, Jerusalem, 97500, Israel
  • The Temple Institute Contact Number: +972-026264545
  • The Temple Institute Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • The Temple Institute Price: 35 ISK
  • Best time to visit The Temple Institute(preferred time): 09:30 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit The Temple Institute: 00:50 Mins
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  • 0.49% of people who visit Jerusalem include The Temple Institute in their plan

  • 25% of people start their The Temple Institute visit around 10 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see The Temple Institute

Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday

75% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Temple Institute

People normally club together The Davidson Center and Jewish Quarter while planning their visit to The Temple Institute.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • We had a really interesting and enjoyable time, as the 2 of us were the only ones in our group. I have to say, it makes it a lot more fun and informative to get up close to everything and be able to take your time and look closely and thoroughly without guilt, plus no chatter around. We loved the two videos at the end!

  • One of my favorite places to come to! You will really understand the process of the temple and the temple sacrifices, while having a hope for a future of.having the temple restored! I sincerely enjoy what this place is doing!

  • Amazing place and I learned so much about the historical roots to Christianity (since Jesus was Jewish). They don't allow photography which was disappointing.

  • They show many but not all the articles in the temple. And the tour is a bit rush and you are not allowed to walk by yourself. The audio guide will only allow you to stay not more than 10mins in each room which is definitely not enough. In such a "audio" guiding manner and rush time 35 NIS is too much :/ photos not allowed

  • Had a really great visit with the family. The investment made in the paintings and the different items was impressive. Not sure why they don't allow taking photos.

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