The Ussishkin Auditorium

Legacy, scale, and power

Named after Menachem Ussishkin and designed by renowned architect Zeev Rechter, Israel's largest auditorium has hosted over the years some of the grand events that form part of the history of Israeli society. Prominent examples include the World Zionist Congress, the Demjanjuk trial, the International Bible Contest, the Eurovision Song Contest, the Israel Prize awarding ceremonies, the President Conferences, an address by the former Presidents of the USA, Barak Obama, the US Independence Day, and more.

The most glorious names of the world’s music performed on the stage of the Ussishkin Auditorium, including Frank Sinatra, Mercedes Sosa, Elton John, Barbra Streisand, and Chick Corea. The Auditorium regularly hosts the concerts of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as concerts by local and international artists.

The Hall has been renovated several times over the years. It offers excellent acoustics, comfortable seats, and first-rate equipment to fulfill the needs of multi-participant events as well as diversified cultural performance.

The hall is suitable for incentive events, balls, corporate events, fashion shows, ceremonies, conferences, congresses, auctions, concerts, and performances.

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Getting at ICC

The International Convention Center – Binyanei Hauma, is located on the entrance to Jerusalem, within a short car drive from Tel Aviv and even shorter from the Ben Gurion International Airport. It is accessible from roads No. 1, No. 6 (a toll road), and No. 443. As such, it is highly accessible from any direction. The Center is a few minutes-walk from the Railway Station, the Light Train station, and the Jerusalem Central Bus Station.

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