There is not a lot to see compared to Bet She'an or Caesarea but lots of history in this site. A fortified hilltop for centuries commanding one of the main historical trade routes. Nice movie to start with. Small gift shop. There is a restaurant (café) but it was closed when we were there (Shabbat).
Enjoyed the sacred site, stables and the water tunnel. Well worth a visit - allow about an hour.
Note that Google Maps wanted to take us to the exit but luckily we saw the sign for the entrance as we drove by so did a quick U-turn.
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