If you love your bible stories, then you won't want to miss Abraham's Well. There's a 3D video and visualization of the biblical verses.
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After atempting a visit on several ocasions we managed finally to get in (the place is advertised as accessible by apointment only). It is nicely restored and has a modest presentation movie introducing you to the place and knowledgeable guide giving you some additional data...More
A very authentic and inspirational place. Abraham's well, the supposed well next to which Abraham and AviMelech took a vow and the well was the witness... thus the origin of the name Ber Sheva. Very well reorganized and the site has been renovated to give...More
This is a huge building but really doesn't have a great deal to see. I am also told there is no real evidence that this is Abraham's well? There is a short video and a presentation form a member fo staff about Abraham's journey and...More
A good place to learn the history of the city and the ancient wells of Abraham. If you'll arrive to the site in Israel holidays, you'll enjoy also the activities around and from guided tours.
A Intresting and historical place. The guide visit it is very find but short. To the end of the visit you see the historucal Abrahan well
We used to go there and enjoy it. Now they built a building on it and made it a "Visitor Center" for the purpose of getting money from the tourists. It lost all its charm. I will never go there again. If you are in...More
If you are interested in learning a little history and you will be in Beersheba anyway, I would suggest stopping here. We actually made it a pit stop on the way from the dead sea to Tel Aviv. It broke up the long car ride...More