The Herodian drainage channel is a well built sewer under a stepped street that connected the Pool of Siloam with the Temple Mount. Although known since early 20th century, it was cleared and opened to the public only in 2012. Walking about 500 m through this channel, is one of the most exciting experiences in exploring ancient Jerusalem.
Book a Private Tour to the Herodian Drainage Channel
The “Herodian Drainage Channel” is in the City of David and takes about 1 hour to explore.
Contact us for a proposal of a full day tour of Jerusalem, that will also include the “Herodian Drainage Channel”.
Presenting the Herodian Drainage Channel to Cindy Brannon, 2020
Points of Interest in the Area
|Pool of Siloam|
|Southern Wall Archaeological Park|
|Day tour of Jerusalem|