The Jerusalem Archaeological Park reveals the most amazing discoveries of Jerusalem during the Second Temple period. At the feet of the Southern Wall of the Temple Mount, in the area known as the Ophel, the visitor can climb up the original steps of the Hulda Gates that lead to the Temple Mount. The park consists of Robinson's Arch, the Herodian Street, Huge stones - fallen remains from the Western Wall -A remembrance of the destruction, and other finds from various periods of the history of Jerusalem.
Other Highlight at the site:
Remains of the Umayyad Palaces from the early Islamic period
The Davidson Center is located in the Jerusalem Archaeological Park. The Center combines an exhibition of archaeological content through various means: computerized media, artifacts exhibitions, and an illustrated and visual exhibition. The visitor will be able to learn about 2,000 years of archaeology through the display of archaeological discoveries. One of the highlights of this modern facility is a real-time virtual reality reconstruction of the Herodian Temple Mount as it stood prior to its destruction. Also in the center are two films: “The History of Archaeology” and “The Story of a pilgrim" Guided tours of the Park and the Virtual Model must be reserved in advanced.