The Western Wall Tunnels are one of the most visited sites in Israel. The Western Wall is the holiest site to Judaism. It is one of the most magnificent and significant remnants in Jerusalem from the days of the Second Temple, destroyed approximately 2,000 years ago. While The Western Wall plaza is only 70 meters, touring in these fantastic tunnels offers to visitors to see the hidden view of the Western Wall. The tour offers to touch the original Western Wall Stones, tell the story of the Jewish nation and to see archeological findings, such as large stone arches, water pits, an ancient water aqueduct that ends at the Strouthion Pool, and more.

Discover Ancient Artefacts and History Hints.

As you walk through the tunnels, you’ll discover ancient artefacts and various historical hints about the wall’s construction. You will also have a chance to experience the solemn atmosphere of the place up close. Further, there are holograms and interactive videos at certain points of the tour that help explain the history in more detail. Make sure to bring your camera along to take souvenir photos!

Visit Robinson’s Arch and the Jerusalem Pool.

Taking a walk in the Western Wall Tunnels is not complete without visiting two historical places – Robinson’s Arch and the Jerusalem Pool. Under Robinson’s Arch, one of the most popular spots in the wall, lies an archaeological park showing 2nd-Temple-era remains and buildings. Meanwhile, the relatively well-restored Jerusalem Pool that can be seen through a special window was used to collect water during ancient times.

Enjoy Remnants From Rituals of Times Bygone.

The Western Wall Tunnels are full of several ancient artifacts which bear testament to thousands of years of Jewish ritual. From sounds and smells, to sites such as an ancient mikvah and a table top used for sacrifices in the First Temple, this awe-inducing tour will allow you to have a peak into daily rituals that Jews have been doing since times of antiquity. Enjoy these majestic remains while you can!