Jerusalem’s Time Elevator

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Highlights from 3,000 years of Jerusalem’s history combined with special effects comprise the attraction The Time Elevator (37 Hilel St., Agron House [Nahalat Shiva], Jerusalem 91004, Israel; phone +972-2-6248381, www.time-elevator-jerusalem.co.il), across from Independence Park.

Audience members sit in chairs on motion platforms and tilt, swoop and shake while watching a 30-minute film that covers events from the days of King Solomon to the Six-Day War. Headphones provide narration in eight languages, including English.

Begins every 40 minutes from 10 to 5 Sunday-Thursday, 10-2 Friday, 12-6 Saturday. Adult or child, ILS49 (near $13); senior, student or Jerusalem resident, ILS42. Reservations recommended.

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Highlights from 3,000 years of Jerusalem’s history combined with special effects comprise the attraction The Time Elevator (37 Hilel St., Agron House [Nahalat Shiva], Jerusalem 91004, Israel; phone +972-2-6248381, www.time-elevator-jerusalem.co.il), across from Independence Park.

Audience members sit in chairs on motion platforms and tilt, swoop and shake while watching a 30-minute film that covers events from the days of King Solomon to the Six-Day War. Headphones provide narration in eight languages, including English.

Begins every 40 minutes from 10 to 5 Sunday-Thursday, 10-2 Friday, 12-6 Saturday. Adult or child, ILS49 (near $13); senior, student or Jerusalem resident, ILS42. Reservations recommended.