Ben Yehuda Street remains one of the favorite places for walking for guests of Jerusalem. On this street, many beautiful old buildings are preserved, in which today are popular restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops. Musicians often perform on this street and you can also meet artists who offer to sell their masterpieces or paint a portrait. There are several special shops that sell cosmetic products based on the minerals of the Dead Sea, likewise on this street.
The most visited cultural institution in the city is the Israel Museum. It occupies an original modern building with a domed roof. The museum's opening took place more than 50 years ago. Now, its unique collection totals more than 500 000 exhibits. Among them are unique archaeological finds, which are more than 9,000 years old. The museum's exposition is very diverse; it covers a variety of aspects of the culture and history of the city.
Vacationers with children in Jerusalem should definitely visit the Bloomfield Science Museum. All its exhibits are interactive, museum visitors are invited to conduct a number of interesting scientific experiments. After visiting the museum, even adults will know much more about the surrounding world than before.