Judy Elkus Nee Abudarham
‘Just enjoyed a light and sound show at migdal David. Truly spectacular. Around 35 minutes. Didn’t take kids but I’d say not good for under 8’s….’ January 2015
Sound and Light at the Citadel The walls of the Citadel serve as a stage for a nightime show which is a celebration of sight and sound. Amidst the archaeological remains in the Citadel’s courtyard and to the sound of original music, the story of Jerusalem unfolds through giant breathtaking, virtual reality images. The Night Spectacular uses trompe l’oeil technology – the stones of the walls and structures fade into the scenes and the screened images envelop the viewers and whisk them off to a one-of-a-kind multi-sensory experience. Innovative techniques and a sophisticated computer system operate 20 projectors, 10 video players, 14 computers and 14 loudspeakers. All this in addition to some 10 kilometers of cable and two projection rooms. The Night Spectacular, the first of its kind in the world, is for everyone – tourists from Israel and abroad, families, speakers of all languages and all Jerusalem lovers.
Information about the Show * Show runtime: 45 minutes. Please dress warmly – the show is open air. * The show begins with a walk through the courtyard followed by the viewing of the main performance. * The Night Spectacular is wheelchair accessible. * The Night Spectacular will not take place in the event of extreme weather conditions. * The museum and the permanent exhibition are closed at 16:00 (During July-August at 17:00). * No photography allowed during the performance in all areas of the citadel. * Due to the nature of the show – late entrances are not allowed.