The Southern Wall Archaeological Park displays finds recovered in excavations following 1967 against the Southern wall of the Second Temple Mount.
The most moving finds are those related to the Jewish pilgrmage to the Temple about 2000 years.
A visitor center (“Davidson Center” ) enhances the experience, displaying various finds and presenting a computer generated virtual model of the temple.
The Southern Wall ( Hebrew: הכותל הדרומי HaKotel HaDromi) is a wall at the southern end of the Temple Mount and the former southern side of the Second Temple (also called Herod’s Temple) in Jerusalem. It was built during King Herod’s expansion of the Temple Mount platform southward on to the Ophel.
Points of Interest in the Area
|Herodian Drainage Channel|
Book a Private Tour to the “Southern Wall Archaeological Park”
The “Southern Wall Archaeological Park” is in the Old city and takes about 3-4 hours to explore.