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Jerusalem Late Nite 101 for the Younger Set

Ben Yehuda street in the center of Jerusalem

Ben Yehuda street in the center of Jerusalem
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Soldier running by an amazing mural in the Talpiot neighborhood of Jerusalem.

Soldier running by an amazing mural in the Talpiot neighborhood of Jerusalem.

Wednesday To make your inner child smile, take a trip to the Talpiot mall to check out Jerusalem Bowling. Really, any bowling alley brings back memories of elementary school birthday parties – and who didn’t love those? This location has an arcade and pool area attached so the entertainment can go on for hours. Make it a true youngster night and grab some candy while you throw the ball against the bumpers. Playing some skeeball or racecar games after is a sure way to send pure joy throughout your night. You can win tickets and even get those fake teeth you always wanted from the prize table. Drinks are also available if you feel the need to bump the night up from its G rating.

Agrippas Street in Jerusalem

Agrippas Street in Jerusalem

Thursday
To stock up on the goods for your apartment, to bring home some souvenirs from your trip or just to appease your old soul, check out the retro fair every Thursday night on Agrippas street in the center of the city. The fair goes until 10 p.m. and features piles of antiques, vintage, collectors and second hand items. You can even bring your own items to be looked at by an international antiques expert for free. It’s a different way to spend the evening so can take you out of your usual routine and can kick off the weekend in a fun way. Plus, being in the center of the city allows you to explore any other option when you’re done browsing!

About the Author: Alex interns at JewishPress.com. She's a graduate of Binghamton University in New York.


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