We attended an English tour, and our tour guide (a Belgian optician) was engaging and interesting. She provided background about the beautiful architecture and various symbolic meanings, and led us to view a hearing in session. She was able to give us some information about the Israeli justice system, as well as some interesting anecdotes.
We really appreciated the architecture, which reflects the phiosophy. This place is certainly a must for a first visit to the Eternal City. Besiedes, it is possible to enter a room where actual hearing is taking place. It is in Hebrew but the guide can explain afterwards.
A very special building designed by the brothers Karmi . Open for visits of the public free of charge. You can enter the hearings freely (in Hebrew). Very recommended.
We took an English language tour. The guides are law clerks with intimate knowledge of the Israeli justice system. But the tour wasn't just about law. It was also an explanation of the architecture. Fascinating. We ended up in the museum where we saw a moving exhibit on the Eichmann trial including prosecutor Gideon Hausner's opening statement. It has to... 更多
We visited in the complex of the Supreme Court of Israel in Jerusalem, a guided tour by the court's Guide Mr. Subhi, who impressed his multidisciplinary knowledge. In history, in important decisions, in the Hall of Architecture. And knew well answer all questions. Tours in several languages. Hebrew at 11:00 am in English at 12:00 am Sunday through Thursday. Highly... 更多
I just visited [again, after several years] this building- I wonder if this its appropriate definition... can be concept, idea... a place where the stone gets life under the incredible blue sky of Jerusalem, life because under the appearance of a [still life] perfect building, the system works and secretaries, lawyers and judges are working while visitors feel they are... 更多
You will get to understand the Israeli judicial system and how the architect planned every aspect with historical and biblical motifs and meaning. Beautiful place. Only downside is that there is only one English tour a day and limited space.
The free tour was fascinating. The tour guide described the beautiful building and the Israeli legal system. After the tour we were able to enter a courtroom as a trial was taking place. We observed the procedings of a trial of a man who murdered his wife. The whole experience was fascinating! Highly recommended!
Went on a Sunday morning. Good security to enter the building but then could have free access to almost everything. Spectacular building and very knowledgeable tour guide. Very worth while.