The Siebenberg House in Jerusalem is actually famous for what is found below it. Artifacts from both the First and Second Temple Periods have been found under this area of land. The excavation took eighteen years to complete. Aquaducts, pottery, and burial vaults are just some of the findings under the surface.
The museum offers guided tours of the excavation in many different languages, as well as an informational slide show.
The Siebenberg House Museum is located at 5 Beit Ha-Shoeva Alley, Jerusalem.
Hours of Admission: Sunday through Thursday for groups of 20 or more. Schedule appointment by phone.
There is an entrance fee.