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Cultural Tours

Private Tours

Are you coming to Israel to tour or for a family celebration? Are you bringing a first-time visitor with you? Have you been here before but never seen the highlights of the history of Chasidic and Kabbalistic presence in the Holy Land? We offer guided tours with one of our expert staff members throughout the Holy Land.

Kabbalah Tours

Rabbi Dalfin, founder and spiritual leader of the JCM, leads tours of Tsfat, the Old City - Jewish Quarter, all of Jerusalem and Tiberius which open hearts and minds by giving a fresh perspective on the holiest of Chasidic and kabbalistic sites in Israel. Tours are available by appointment only and fees do not include transportation, entrance fees and other associated costs.

Please call us for prices or email your phone number to us at: tourists@JewishCulturalMuseum.com. Payment through PayPal.

Tour 1 - (Jerusalem) - Chasidim, Kabbalists, Rebbes:

Amshinover Rebbe, Rabbi Dovid Batzri, Reb Avraham Eisenbach, Rabbi Shmuel Halperin, Rabbi Yaacov Meir Shechter, Zidichover Rebbe, and Rabbi Aron Mordechai Zilberstrum as available.

Tour 2 - (Jerusalem) - Batei Rand, Mendel Rand Shul, Batei Munkatch:

Mendel Rand Shul - An historic shul, courtyard and community nestled in the picturesque Jerusalem alleyways. Many tzadikkim and famous Jerusalem personalities such as Rabbi Arye Levine, Rabbi Issur Zalman Meltzer, Rabbi Yosef Chaim Zonnenfeld, and Rabbi Shlomo Eliezerov davened or learned in this shul.

Battei Munkatch - Stand in the same shul where the holy Minchas Elozor, the Munkatcher Rebbe visited and where he established his Kollel.

Nachlas Shiva - visit one of the first communities outside the Old City.

Tour 3 - (Jerusalem) - House and shul of Harav Kook, Belzer Shul:

Visit the house and shul of the former chief Rav of Yerushalayim.  Walk through the room where the previous Lubavitcher Rebbe and other tzaddikim visited with the Rav.

See the magnificent edifice that houses the beis medrash and shul of the Belzer Rebbe.

Tour 4 - (Jerusalem) - Meah Shearim synagogue tour:

Experience a walk through various shuls and their cultures.

Tour 5 - (Jerusalem) - Old City Shuls - Jerusalem:

Visit the Churvah shul of Rabbi Yehuda HaChasid, Ramban Shul, birthplace of holy Arizal, the Ohr HaChaim Shul where he studied with Elijah the Prophet, and the century-old Chabad Tzemach Tzedek shul.

Tour 6 (Tzfas):

Experience the holiness of the City of the Kabbalists. Visit some of the old shuls, including the Arizal shul. Experience the Mystical Resting Places of Tzaddikim & Kabbalists, including the tombs of the holy Kabbalist Arizal, Rabbi Yosef Caro, author of Code of Jewish Law, Rabbi Shlomo Alkabetz, author of Friday Night hymn, Lecha Dodi, and Rabbi Moshe Alshich.

Visit the resting place of Reb Leib Baal HaYisurim to help remove illness and troubles. Immerse in the original Arizal mikve, a positive remedy for successful business, teshuva and good health for oneself and one's children. Some of the other gravesites visited are Reb Yisrael Arye Leib Schneerson, the brother of the Lubavitcher Rebbe and Reb Zalman Moshe Yitzchaki, a noted shochet and chasid.

Tour 7 - Mystical Holy Places (Up North):

Amuka - Gravesite of Rabbi Yonoson ben Uziel, remedy for blessings for children, finding your soul mate and material success.

Tzfas - Arizal Mikva - Immerse in the same Mikve in which the great and holy Kabbalist immersed - the immersion is a remedy for Teshuva, returning to G-d.

Meron - Gravesite of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, author of Kabbalah magnum opus, the Zohar.

Tour 8 - Tiberius (and previous Tzfas Tour 6 or 7):

Visit old Tiberius cemetery where many holy Chasidim, Kabbalists and Rebbes are interred, including the Apter Rebbe and Reb Mendel Vitepsker

Resting Places of the great, holy Kabbalist Ramchal, Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzato and Rabbi Issac Halevi Horowitz, the famous Shelah HaKadosh.

Tour 9 - Bat Ayin:

Visit this picturesque community and see a 2000-year-old mikve and related Talmudic archeological discoveries. Meet families living in the same area where our ancestors lived in the times of the Holy Temple.

Please call us for prices or email your phone number to us at: tourists@JewishCulturalMuseum.com. Payment trhough PayPal.

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