The dome-shaped structure housing the greatest manuscript of all time has left its imprint on Jerusalem’s cityscape and millennia-old history.
One of greatest archaeological finds of the last century was accidently discovered in the remote caves overlooking Qumran by a passing Bedouin shepherd. The Israel Museum’s Shrine of the Book offers a once-in-a-lifetime encounter with the oldest Bible manuscripts in existence, also known as the Dead Sea Scrolls.
|Venue name:||The Shrine of the Book||Contact:|
11 Ruppin Rd
|Opening hours:||Sun, Mon, Wed, Thu 10:00-17:00; Tue 16:00-21:00; Fri 10:00-14:00; Sat 10:00-17:00|
|Price:||NIS 54 (Adult), NIS 39 (Student), NIS 27 (Children under 18/Senior); includes entrance to the Israel Museum|