Friends of Zion Museum

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Presenting stories of Christians who, over the past 200 years, have supported the Jewish people and the State of Israel, sometimes risking their lives in doing so, the Friends of Zion Museum (20 Yosef Rivlin St., Jerusalem, Israel; phone +972 2 532 9400, www.fozmuseum.com) opened in Jerusalem in September 2015.

In the fully accessible 4-story building, exhibits include videos, maps and panoramic 3-D images. Open 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun.-Thurs., 9:30-2 Fri. and 10-6 Sat. ILS44 (near $11) adult or ILS22 senior includes guided tour in English.

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Presenting stories of Christians who, over the past 200 years, have supported the Jewish people and the State of Israel, sometimes risking their lives in doing so, the Friends of Zion Museum (20 Yosef Rivlin St., Jerusalem, Israel; phone +972 2 532 9400, www.fozmuseum.com) opened in Jerusalem in September 2015.

In the fully accessible 4-story building, exhibits include videos, maps and panoramic 3-D images. Open 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun.-Thurs., 9:30-2 Fri. and 10-6 Sat. ILS44 (near $11) adult or ILS22 senior includes guided tour in English.