Sukkot Walking Tours 2018   

25 September 2018 - 27 September 2018

Tuesday, September 25th, 10:00
Old city Tour- Special for Children! Guide: Emmanuel Kushner
Cost: Adults: NIS 55/45 AACI members. Children between the ages of 4-14- NIS 25.
Meeting Spot: Jaffa Gate
Registration: Email Emmanuel at
Emmanuel Kushner will take you on a magical tour of the Old City. This would include an in
depth tour of the Jewish Quarter. The tour includes dressing up and using puppets.

Wednesday, September 26th, 9:00
Holy Photography of Jerusalem Tour with Guide Emmanuel Kushner
Cost: NIS 55/45 AACI members (transport to the Mount of Olives is an additional NIS 10).
Meeting Spot: Jaffa Gate
Registration: Email Emmanuel at
Emmanuel Kushner will take you on a visit the holiest places of the Old city- including all 4
Quarters; Holy Sepulcher Church, Temple Mount, Mount Zion and The Mount of Olives. Time will
be given to take photos as well as enjoying the sites.

Wednesday, September 26th, 10:00
A Holiday Walking Tour Miscellany: Pashkevillim of Sukkot, The Man Who Missed the Boat,
Thomas Edison meets Rabbi Amram Bloi and other tales with Guide Moshe Kahan
Cost: NIS 55/45 AACI members
Meeting Spot: The Taxi Stand (Moniot Geula 14-22 Strauss Street) at Naamat Square
Registration:- By phone 0505656613 or e-mail /
Join Moshe Kahan on a tour of the 19th century saga of neighborhood building that saw
Jerusalem expand beyond the walls of the old city is this lively insider’s tour of the new ghettos
of the Old Yishuv. We’ll visit Zichron Moshe, Mekor Baruch and Geula as we tell our tales. Fun and
informative for all ages!

Thursday, September 27th, 8:45
Beit Levi Eshkol & Historic Rechavia with Guide Ruth Frank
Cost: NIS 55/ 45 AACI members
Meeting Spot: Rehov Ben Maimon # 46 (corner of Ussishkin St.)
Registration: Call Ruth Frank 054- 636 -4108 or email
From 1954-1974 an elegant house in the heart of Rehavia served as home to three Prime
Ministers, David Ben Gurion, Golda Meier and Levi Eshkol. The house has recently been restored
and designated to recognize the tenure of PM Levi Eshkol. After touring the house, we will
walk in the Rehaiva, recall its early history and see the homes of some of its colorful pioneers
including Menahem Ussishkin, Gad Frumkin, Arhtur Ruppin and Eliezer Yeliin.