Chabad in Coral Gables invites the community to a captivating presentation that delves into the rich archaeological heritage of Jerusalem. In celebration of 'Jerusalem Day,' join us for an exclusive event that will transport attendees back in time to explore the remarkable Pilgrimage Road in Jerusalem, revealing captivating insights into Israel's most ambitious archaeological excavation to date. As an added bonus, a falafel dinner and refreshments will be served, allowing attendees to immerse themselves in the flavors and cuisine of the region.

To join this enlightening event, RSVP at We kindly request that RSVPs be made by May 30 to secure complimentary admission. After this date, a fee of $10 will be applicable.

The event will take place on Wednesday, May 31, at 7:30 pm at Chabad, located at 1827 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Coral Gables.

Prepare to be captivated as you're taken on a journey through this momentous archaeological excavation. Step into the shoes of ancient pilgrims and imagine the awe-inspiring experience of walking towards the Temple Mount in Jerusalem over 2000 years ago. Unbeknownst to many, the very road upon which these pilgrims once trod lies twenty to thirty feet beneath the modern city's surface.

We will delve into the depths of the drainage channel concealed beneath The Pilgrimage Road and be amazed by the remarkable discoveries that are reshaping our understanding of Jerusalem's ancient history. Witness firsthand the artifacts and findings that shed light on the city's illustrious past and provide crucial insights into the lives of those who once inhabited this extraordinary place.

This presentation offers an exceptional opportunity to gain a deeper appreciation for the historical significance of Jerusalem and the ongoing efforts to uncover its hidden treasures. We encourage all history enthusiasts, archaeology aficionados, and community members to join us for this extraordinary event.