Shopping in Jerusalem

Below is a list of recommended shopping in Jerusalem for anyone travelling to Israel. The Jerusalem shopping guide includes some great places to fulfill all your shopping needs, which we recommend to visit during an Israel tour. Find everything from jewelry and art to traditional crafts and souvenirs.

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Shopping Malls in Jerusalem

Ben Yehuda Pedestrian Mall
Location: Where Jaffa Road and King George Street meet at one end with Zion Square.
Comments: Open-air pedestrian mall with a mix of low end & high end stores, jewelry, t-shirts etc.

Malcha Mall
Address: Derech Agudat Sport
Tel: 02-679-1333


Location: 22 King David St., Jerusalem
Tel: 02-6246635
Comments: Jewelry, Judaica, Art

Address: 34 Jaffa Road, near Zion Square, Jerusalem
Tel: 02-6221481
Comments: Israeli-made one-of-a-kind items (jewelry, glass, ceramics, Judaica etc.

Location: 24 Tiferet Israel Rd. Jewish Quarter
Tel: 02-6280061
Comments: Contemporary Judaica and Jewelry

Jerusalem House of Quality
Location: 12 Hebron Road
Tel: 02-6717430
Comments: Artists’ studios in one building. Silver, Judaica, Jewelry, Ceramics, etc.

Michal Negrin
Location: 2 HaMelitz St., on the corner of Emek Refa’im, German Colony, Jerusalem
Tel: 02-5633080
Comments: Renown Israeli jewelry artist


Be Good
Address: 1 Hassoreg St., Jerusalem
Location: Up the hill from David’s Citadel Hotel
Tel: 02-6240944
Comments: Clothing, similar to American clothes. Slacks, great skirts, separates, mostly Israeli made.

Kedem Sasson
Address: 21 King George St., Jerusalem
Tel: 02-6252602
Location: Off-beat clothing. Very Israeli in tone. Modest, yet stylish clothing.

4-U Gifts
Address: 41 Hebron Road, Jerusalem
Tel: 02-6718406
Comments: A beautiful gift and china shop. Many Israeli-made items. Original children’s items.


Motke Blum
Location: Arts and Crafts center outside the Jaffa gate (old city) Near the citadel restaurant
Tel: 02-6234002
Comments: Painting and sculpture. A wonderful and well-known artist. He has a studio at Chutzot Hayotzer (Arts & Crafts Lane as above) or you may contact him or his wife Shoshana, private appointments available, tell them you were sent by Gil Travel)

Arts and Crafts Lane (Hutzot Hayotzer)
Address: Opposite & downhill from the Jaffa Gate, across from Derech Hebron
Comments: “Goldsmiths and silversmiths specializing in Judaica, generally done in an ultramodern, minimalist style…excellent jewelry and fine art here.”-Fodors