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BANKSY Graffiti Bethlehem Tour
Tour details

Mondays & Saturdays
 
HIGHLIGHTS:
*Separation Wall
*Bansky Graffiti
*Refugee Camp
*Walled Off Hotel
*Nativity Church
 
 
Time: 8:30am-1:30pm
Cost: 295NIS per person* from Jerusalem
420NIS per person from Tel Aviv
Pick-Up/Drop-Off: YMCA-Jerusalem, King David Street - see map
Passports needed
Lunch not included
Entrance fees to Walled Off Hotel not include - 15NIS per person
This tour requires a minimum of 3 persons.
 
Banksy Graffiti

This unique tour focuses on the artwork and graffiti done by the famous British artist, Banksy and other artists who have followed. The tour begins near the Bethlehem checkpoint, where the first piece is seen on the separation barrier, the wall that separates Israel from Palestine, making entry into Israel more difficult for the Palestinians. Visit Banksy Shop for Banksy inspired gifts and even get a chance to do graffiti on the wall. Then a visit to the Walled Off Hotel, for a look at some spectacular work, done by Banksy and other artists, in the museum.

The tour continues to see a local refugee camp, meet locals and engage in an informative discussion on the current situation facing the Palestinians and then visiting the Nativity Church, Manger Square and the local market. Although graffiti has filled the walls in Bethlehem by many artists, the tour views the graffiti done by Banksy that has survived throughout Bethlehem, including the "Flower Thrower", "The Armored Dove", "The Girl frisking a Soldier", "A Soldier checking a donkey's ID" and more. Although some amazing pieces by Banksy have now been covered up or torn down, such as the "Mules tied by the tail", the ones that still exist are inspirational and admired by many tourists and locals daily.