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This archaeological site of an ancient fortress town has revealed more than 20 layers of ruins, ranging in time from the Neolithic Period (7000 BC) to the end of the Persian Period (332 BC).
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Megiddo, Nazareth 18230, Israel
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Reviewed 4 days ago

One of the most impressive archaeological sites in Israel, that was located at a crossroads for international trade, spanning thousands of years between the Canaanite period (the Bronze Age) to the Israelite period. An arena for frequent battles for its control, it was destroyed and...More

Thank liliana h
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I don't know why, but I didn't find Megiddo as compelling as other National Parks in Israel that I visited. I found Bet She'an and Zippori to be much more interesting to me. Perhaps if we had a guide, I would have gotten much more...More

Thank Ono O
Reviewed 10 July 2018

No its not busy like Jerusalem and there aren't many things to buy... but there's so much history here... for archeology and history buffs its a must go to. We hired a car and went independently. Wear a hat and bring water. It gets hot!

Thank 621peggyk
Reviewed 4 July 2018 via mobile

or where the final Battle, ie Armageddon, will take place. The Park itself was fantastic, enjoyed watching a short video of its history. From the main viewpoint, look to the right and see the windfarms that belong to Israel over in the distance; straight ahead,...More

Thank CarlaPen
Reviewed 29 June 2018

Truly amazing to see where Armageddon will take place. This has been a place of battle since the beginning of time. It is a strategic place to hold if you want to control the valley.

Thank Vincent F
Reviewed 27 June 2018

We found this park to be very interesting. There is a nice paved sloping sidewalk that would be fine for a wheelchair. Not sure if the wheelchair could get everywhere that we walked. There is an amazing view from the top! From horse stables to...More

Thank Jennett H
Reviewed 25 June 2018

One of our tour stops while in Israel. It is a fascinating place. Very cool underground water system with 183 stairs going down and another 83 back up.

Thank Melisa V
Reviewed 24 June 2018

Our last stop of the day was Tel Megiddo National Park to see the spot where Armageddon is supposed to occur. The tel overlooks the valley where the final battle between good and evil is supposed to happen.

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Reviewed 21 June 2018

Although it was a hot day and you are out in the sun for quite a bit of this, it is well worth the visit. Artfully presented, fascinating history.

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Reviewed 20 June 2018

Megiddo resonates throughout Judeo-Christian culture as the Biblical Armageddon, a synonym for battle and destruction. This reputation is founded on the history of this ancient site; located at the crossroads between all the important ancient civilisations, and thus a focus of conflict for centuries. Imagining...More

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Sharon K
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Response from Dudy D | Reviewed this property |
Giora answered your questions. There is public transportation almost to all places in Israel.
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Response from davidjankowski | Reviewed this property |
From Tel Aviv Megiddo is about a two hour drive. Yes, you could stop at Caesarea by the Sea (Maritima) along the way. Maritima is an excellent site that takes you back to the first century and the amazing architecture of... More
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Response from Tal122 | Reviewed this property |
A visit would take up to 90 minutes. Cost: 28 NIS (about $8) Hours on a Monday: 8-5 in summer, 8-4 winter. Last admission is an hour before closing time/ Note: the water tunnel (the highlight of the visit) closes 30 minutes... More