This is a unique opportunity to walk through ancient history. A water system constructed by Hezekiah to fortify the city of Jerusalem and ensure a secure water source.
About Hezekiah's Tunnel - Siloam Tunnel
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VISIT! This was one of my favorite sites in Israel (in my top 5 of my five week tour). If you get claustrophobic, you may want to skip this and be sure to bring a flashlight. But - it is an incredible journey that takes...More
This was a great experiences, You walk through Tunnels that are completely dark and you have a flashlight to light the way. There is water that you have to walk through so don't wear any fancy shoes. It would be best to take a tour...More
This is a really fun activity in the City of David. It's amazing that people could chip their way through this hard bedrock.
My husband took the wet tunnel and I took the dry tunnel. It's crazy to believe how old these are and how the people who built them didn't have gps or a way to know if they were even going in a straight line. They...More
We had an option of walking through the tunnel on our pilgrimage. In August, this was the COOLEST spot. There is a gift shop and snack shop while you wait for your time to go inside. There are lots of stairs and I don't believe...More
This place is not just a piece of history but you can be part of it by wading through cool clear waters in the tunnel spanning a good 500 plus kms. Need to have a torch with you and water shoes. Turn off the flashlight...More
We loved this tour!!! Our 14 years old son wanted to do this all over again as soon as we finished it. It is truly amazing how people back then dug this tunnel from both ends and met at the middle. Water was cold and...More
Just how the heck did they build this tunnel 2,000 years ago? No theodolites, no laser scanners, no communications gear! Fabulous to walk through the tunnel - the flowing water does not come above your knees, but can be very cold. Caution wear sandals or...More