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Mercaz Shimshon-Beit Shmuel
City Center, 6 Eliyahu Shama Street
Houses a wide range of educational and cultural activities that reflect the spirit of Progressive Judaism, including theater, entertainment and music performances.
Old City Markets
Old City, Within the Old City Walls
Inside the Old City Walls, provides a variety of items to tourists and retail shoppers.
Talbiya, 20 David Marcus St.
Israel’s largest and most active performing arts center featuring spectacular theatre, dance and musical performances.
Binyanei Hauma - Jerusalem International Convention Center (ICC)
Zalman Shazar Blvd. Near the entrance to the city from Hwy 1.
Jerusalem's primary convention center and cultural venue.
Mahane Yehuda Market (the Shuk)
Mahane Yehuda, City Center
Largest fruit and vegetable market in the city, main open air market outside the Old City walls.
Gerard Behar Theater
City Center, 11 Bezalel Street
Performing arts theatre and venue in the center of town.
Old Train Station Complex
German Colony, 28 Hebron Road (opposite the Khan Theatre)
Recently renovated, this complex hosts a variety of entertainment activities.
Mahane Yisrael, 12 Emil Bota Street.
Serves as a meeting place for dialogue between cultures and nationalities and cross-cultural arts venue.
Yad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi
Rehavia, 14 Even Gavirol St.
Situated in Rehavia, it is the leading institution of research on Jerusalem and the State of Israel.
The 9/11 Living Memorial in Jerusalem
Arazim Valley, In the Jerusalem Ring Park.
The 9/11 Living Memorial commemorates the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.