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What a fascinating tour, exceeded our expectations! We learned so much! We did not want to exit the tunnels at night into an isolated Muslim quarter street by the Lions Gate, so our guide allowed us to go with her back to the lobby and...More
We visited the Western Wall tunnels as part of a three bus tour group. Our Monday afternoon visit found the place, like everywhere else on the tour, to be packed. There’s a short film that needed to have its volume monitored. Kids yelling in the...More
A fascinating walk underneath the Western Wall. On the way we were able to look through some windows at an interior School for children studying the Torah. But only the women in our group could look. Great lesson on how the Wall was built. But...More
This is a highly informative, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. With a terrific, near theatrical guide, I learned things I never knew. The tour is long and claustrophobic for those with concerns. However, the lack of comfort is well worth it. This is a relatively new attraction and...More
This is an absolute must see! An incredible look at the entire 400 meters of the Western Wall underground. You only see 80 meters of it where everyone else goes. Make reservations ahead of time because they fill up fast. We would also recommend the...More
This is a good alternative or supplement to the Western Wall. If you like hearing how things are built, it is a great place to go. Hopefully you have a guide to tell you what you're looking at. The tunnels are narrow and sometimes dark....More
A lot of history about the building and destruction of the temples.
Tour gives one a whole new appreciation of the wall of the temple, where it was in relation to the holy of holies and the small part that is showing above ground.
It is an unbelievable achievement- the digging of the tunnels and their exposure to the public. You seem to walk underground -2000 years back and watch Jerusalem's underground infrastructure and life and the devastation of the wall carried out by the Romans. We had an...More