The Garden Tomb is believed to be the garden and sepulcher of Joseph of Arimathea and a possible site of the resurrection of Jesus. It is a quiet place, ideal for reflection and worship with places to sit and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. The Garden Tomb was first discovered in 1883 by General Charles Gordon.
Where: Exit the Old City via the Damascus Gate, cross the main street, walk straight up Nablus Road, 400 meters up the road is Conrad Schick Street to the right and the Garden Tomb is located in that street. Bus number 6 also stops a five-minute walk away from the Garden Tomb.