All tours begin at 5PM Israel time, 10am EST
Monday January 17: Tu BShvat, The Chameleon of Holidays
How did a little known day meant for tax purposes evolve over the centuries?
Please note: This tour will begin at 5:30 PM
Monday February 14: Crusaders and Muslims: Battle for the Holy Land
Who fought who in medieval times and why is it so important?
Monday March 14: The Linguists, Masoretes and Poets of Tiberias
An ancient city that continued Jewish traditions for centuries
Monday April 4: Musrara, A Neighborhood for “Not Nice” Boys
The story behind the Jerusalem Black Panthers and other residents of this neighborhood right across from the Old City walls.
Tuesday January 11, 9AM - 12:30 Pm
Arts and Crafts in the old city II
Come and meet the fascinating craftspeople and artisans of the Old City and along the way learn about the history of the Christian and Armenian quarters and about ancient handicrafts in Jewish tradition. We will visit a potter whose family was brought here by the British, a jeweler who followed King Solomon's advice, a photographer whose grandfather escaped the Armenian genocide and much more. Space is VERY limited so sign up now.
Cost: 100 NIS per person including an encounter with the new arts center in the Jewish Quarter
Four Tour Series
Choose any four tours, get a discounted price! Let me know in an email which tours.
Can't make these times? Buy the recording and watch the tour at your leisure. Just purchase the tour and email me that you prefer the recording. Past tours also available