Pesach Walking Tours 2017
13 April 2017 - 14 April 2017
The Cisterns of Salvation, Montefiore’s Testimony, Sherlock Holmes, Davey Crockett and the Sundial Kid
Thursday, April 13th at 10:00
The 19th century saga of neighborhood building that saw Jerusalem expand beyond the walls of the old
city is the subject of Moshe Kahan’s insider’s tour of the sights, sounds and smells of the new ghettos of
the old yishuv. We’ll visit Mazkeret Moshe, Ohel Moshe, the Rand- Munkatch – Broyde Legacies and the
House of the Rising Sun, all from an insider’s perspective. On this lively tour you will be exposed to this
pioneering communal enterprise and the tempo and tensions that permeate our Holy City and which
resonate even today throughout the State of Israel. Fun and informative for all ages.
Guide: Moshe Kahan
Meeting Spot: Gerard Behar Center, 11 Betzalel Street
Cost: NIS 55 / AACI members NIS 45
Registration by phone 050-565-6613 or e-mail email@example.com http://www.insidejerusalem.co.il
The Tantalizing Puzzle of Ramat Rachel
Thursday, April 13th 10:30
Enjoy the magnificent overlook at the highest peak between Jerusalem and Bethlehem. Visit the
archaeological site dating back to the First Temple period with 2800 year-old remnants that have
stumped the experts. Then see succeeding Hasmonean, Roman and Byzantine ruins. We will
conclude with the history of the kibbutz and its heroic stand in the War of Independence in 1948.
The site is handicap accessible.
Guide: Ruth S. Frank
Meeting Spot: Drive to the kibbutz, or take the #7 bus, and turn right into the kibbutz at the
large brown sign. Meet me at the #7 bus stop. Then you may park or drive up the hill past the
pool through the paved parking lot to the unpaved area at the entrance archaeological site.
Cost: NIS 55/45 AACI members
Registration by telephone- 054 –636- 4108, or email Ruth@ruthfrank.com
The Mamilla Jerusalem Art Tour
Friday, April 14, 11:15
Mamilla is one of the oldest of Jerusalem’s neighborhoods with a history of dramatic
transformation and change. The art that resides here is diverse and varied. Participants will will
visit a contemporary urban art initiative, a traditional silversmith store and studio, and a new
Contemporary Israeli Art Gallery. The length of the tour is 1.5-2 hours. There is minimal walking
involved, but you should wear comfortable walking shoes.
Guide: Caron Greenblatt
Meeting Spot: Meet at the entrance to the Mamilla mall on the corner of King David street.
Cost: NIS 85 shekels/ Children under 18, NIS 65
Registration by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or online at: http://jerusalemarttours.com/
register/. Payment can either by made online or by cash on the day of the tour.