Located across the foot-bridge from the Hotel, The Jerusalem Theater is the cultural center of the city. The Theater hosts live musicals, plays, and special festivals and is the home of the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra.
Museum for Islamic Art
Located at the beginning of Chopin St, the Museum for Islamic Art showcases pottery, textiles, jewelry, ceremonial objects, and other cultural artifacts from the Islamic period. It is well known for its rare watches exhibited in the vault.
Hansen House is a historic building across the street from the Hotel, established in 1887 as a leprosy hospital that has been renovated and repurposed as a design, media, and technology cultural center. Guests are invited to walk into the gardens and building to experience the exhibits and special festivals throughout the year.
Mahane Yehuda Market
The local market where you will find the best flavors of Jerusalem and Israel. The Mahane Yehuda Market, also known as the Shuk, is a great place to buy produce, food gifts, and even souvenirs. It also has great nightlife with many restaurants open late into the night. Ask the concierge to reserve a private tasting tour of the Shuk for you.
Jerusalem House of Quality
An art and cultural center overlooking the walls of the Old City. The House of Quality is the home of many local artists who will invite you into their studios to participate in hands-on workshops. Make sure to ask for a tour of the roof with an incredible lookout point to the Old City.
EZ Raider Tours
This electrical motorized tour will take you to the heart of Jerusalem while passing by many of the city’s famous sites. Led by professional guides and is open to families and adults. This city tour will give you a unique and fun experience of Jerusalem! The tour begins on King David St.
Artist Colony - Hutzot Hayotzer
A small cobblestone street connecting the Old City to the New City, this is the home of many artist galleries and workshops. In the summer the area hosts a large Art Festival and during the rest of the year, guests are invited to visit the local artists studios. At the end of the street, you will find one of Jerusalem’s most interesting restaurants, Eucalyptus by Chef Moshe Basson.
The first station
The First Station in Jerusalem is a hub of entertainment, culture, and food. It’s open to locals and tourists with activities available all day, every day. The Station’s location in the city’s downtown tourist and culture area serves as a bridge between neighborhoods and is the perfect starting point for any visit to the heart of Jerusalem.