Another chapter to our Venue Spotlights, today’s Hatunot is all about venues in Jerusalem. If you are looking to hold your wedding in the holiest city in the world, here are some spots to do just that
Tur Sinai Organic Farm Resort– Tur Sinai is a green resort just 5 minutes outside of Jerusalem focused on organic farming. Guests will love the fresh menu and gorgeous views of Emek Haarazim.
Modern Jerusalem– Inside the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the Modern offers couple’s contempory restaurant event space in an ancient city. The restaurants exceptional food is complimented with a view of the Knesset and the Valley of the Cross.
King David Jerusalem Hotel– One of the most luxurious hotels in Israel, the King David Jerusalem with its impeccable grounds and design is a landmark in the Holy City. The poolside terrace is perfect for an outdoor wedding.
Masik at Ramat Rachel- A kibbutz known for its event facilities, Ramat Rachel has amazing views of Jerusalem but still encompasses the special natural elements that Israel has to offer with its lush gardens. The space can fit up to 900 guests so space shouldn’t be an issue!
Maale HaChamisha Garden- Events on the resort are located in the heart of a pine grove and sprawling lawns, and can fit up to 600 guests. You can choose the Sakoya hall with a terrace overlooking the scenery, or the garden situated by the pool in the finest tradition of celebrations in a natural setting.
Tower of David- The grounds of the Tower of David Museum will have you and you guests feeling like you are transformed to ancient Jerusalem. Events take place in the courtyard with amazing views of the Old City.
Derech Eretz-Transformed from a junk yard to a center for aromatic and medical plants, the Derech Eretz farm sits on Moshav Mahseya with a field that fits up to 500 guests and a greenhouse for winter parties.
Mercaz Shimshon– Architecture aficionados will love the glass-domed Blaustein Hall at Mercaz Shimshon designed by Moshe Shafde with panoramic views of the Old City. The hall can fit between 100-350 guests and the outside patio can seat an additional 120.
Ein Yael- Right by Jerusalem’s Biblical Zoo, Ein Yael is a hands-on museum that also offers space for events with catering by Liav.
Bustan Abu Gosh– Just outside the village of Abu Gosh in the Judean Hills (about 15 min outside Jerusalem), Bustan Abu Gosh is managed by professional catering company Liav and surrounded by trees and greenery. The space can fit between 300-600 guests and only open from May-October.