Chol Hamo’ed: NY Skyride & Dead Sea Scrolls Tickets On Sale

[ADVERTORIAL] Tickets to-NY SKYRIDE, for $15 ($29 value) NY SKYRIDE is New York City’s only virtual tour simulator. Experience the perfect introductory sightseeing tour of NYC from the comfort of the Empire State Building.  The fantasy comes to life via a specially designed platform which moves in sync to an 18-foot high-definition screen. Actor Kevin Bacon narrates a 30-minute adventure, carrying awe-inspired guests across the skyline on a unique journey around nearly three dozen famous landmarks.  Sights on this convincingly real attraction include the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Yankee Stadium, Brooklyn Bridge, South Street Seaport, United Nations, and an emotionally moving tribute to the World Trade Center.

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TICKETS TO- DEAD SEA SCROLLS. Life And Faith In Biblical
Times-Exhibit, For $15 ($27 Value)

Exhibit closing Next week Sunday April 15. Take a fascinating journey through the Holy Land in this
once-in-a-lifetime exhibit featuring the famed Dead Sea Scrolls, an actual stone from the Western Wall from the Second Temple in Jerusalem and more than 500 never-before-seen artifacts from biblical times.
Experience firsthand the traditions, beliefs and iconic objects of ancient Israel that impact world religions today.

See first-hand the Dead Sea Scrolls – the oldest known texts of the Bible Place your prayer on an actual 3-ton stone from the Holy Land’s Western Wall Experience the Holy Land through the largest collection of artifacts ever assembled

“The Dead Sea Scrolls” is on view through April 15 at Discovery Times Square, 226 West 44th Street;

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9 COMMENTS

  1. The Dead Sea Scrolls is amazing–its educational and fun at the same time!! ITS A MUST SEE!!
    I took my kids–they did not think they would like it and they ended up loving it–and they were teenagers of all ages!!

    The sky ride is fun too–u can spend the entire day with these two activities!
    THANKYOU LAKESOOD SCOOP!

  2. I went to see the dead sea scrolls exhibit a few weeks ago. I paid $27 and I enjoyed it very much. If you have time Chol Hamo’ed this would be a good place to go. And for only $15! I may go again with my family.

  3. But did the rabbonim let you go to Manhattan??? I find it repulsive the the Yam Hemelech Klaf should be exposed to the ruchniyos stench of Manhattan! A shanda! A charpa! And you take your children!?! Oi lonu meyom hadin! Oi lonu meyom hatochacha! Abie Rottenberg’s song, “The Place Where I Belong” (see Shmorg 4 – with Rabbonim consent, of course) rings so true!

  4. Re “Won’t take my kids to Manhattan” – why not?

    Have you considered that it may be better if they know that it exists and they have some sense as to what parts of it are OK and kosher? Why not take them to central park. No pritzus as this time of the year and it’s healthy for them to get out.

    In the long run, you may well be very sorry that you have sheltered them so much.

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