Jerusalem has a wide selection of shopping malls that complement the more unique shopping experiences that befit this ancient-modern city. See our guide to Jerusalem Shopping.
Also known as Malha Mall, it opened in 1993 and it is popular among Jewish and Arab shoppers. It has three floors with approximately 260 stores and a food court. There are also about 2,000 free parking slots. The mall is closed from Friday afternoon until Saturday evening in respect to the Shabbat.
With an approximately 3,000 visitors to the mall a day, Malcha Mall is one of the most popular malls to visit in Jerusalem. With chain stores such as Zara, Castro, Superpharm, Toys R Us, H &M, as well as chain stores such as Mega, Hamashbir, it makes for a great shopping experience. The mall also has a post office, a synagogue, play areas for toddlers, an animal petting corner and a food court.
Sunday to Thursday: 09:30 – 22:00
Friday :9:00 – 15:00
Saturday night: from one hour after Shabbat – 23:00
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Mamilla Mall is next to Jaffa Gate, at the entrance to the Old City & from the bottom of King David Street. Constructed of the mall started in 1997 and in 2008 the mall officially opened to the public. Mamilla has something of an upscale air; after all, it boasts high-end international chains such Tommy Hilfiger and Abercrombie & Finch. However, it also has mid-range establishments. In its peak season, the mall receives about 20,000 people daily, locals and tourists alike.
The mall has an open air promenade, boutiques and coffee shops as well as a two level indoor section. It also has ample parking space, with 1,600 free slots.
Sun-Thurs: 10:00 – 22:00
Friday: 09:30 – 14:30
Saturday Night: from one hour after Shabbat – 23:00
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Center 1 Mall
Center 1 was the first mall built in Jerusalem and is geared predominately for ultra-Orthodox Jews, with all the food outlets serving Kosher Mehadrin. It is situated underneath the Jerusalem Gate Hotel. The restaurants are all kosher Mehadrin. There is also a Lady Giraffe Gym, a ladies-only gym. It has two floors with approximately 70 stores and parking (for a fee).
43 Yirmiyahu Street and Yaffo Street next to the Central Bus Station
Sunday to Thursday: 10:00 – 21:00
Friday: 10:00 – 15:00
Saturday Night: from one hour after Shabbat – 00:00
All buses to the Central Bus Station
All the Talpiot Malls are located in a shopping area with many shops, small business, workshops, car repair shops and places to eat.
With two floors with approximately 50 stores and 70 businesses, Hadar Mall is not among the largest malls in Jerusalem. However, it offers a pleasant shopping experience, minus the frenetic activity seen in bigger malls. It offers local and international retailers as well as excellent dining options. It also offers ample parking.
Pierre Koenig Street, Jerusalem
Sunday to Thursday: 09:30 – 21:00
Friday: 09:00 – 14:30
Saturday night: one hour after Shabbat – 2300
Ha’Achim Israel Mall
Although Ha’Achim Israel Mall is small, it has a lot to offer, such as coffee shops such as Angels Bakery coffee shop, a post office and Rami Levi superstore. It has three floors and there is parking
Yad Harutzim Street & Hatnufa Street Talpiot
Sunday to Thursday: 09:30 – 20:30
Friday: 09:00 – 14:30
Saturday night: 30 minutes after Shabbat – 23:00
This is the mall primarily geared for teens, but the young at heart are welcome, too! Lev Talpiot offers plenty of activities and a number of great places for entertainment such as bowling, snooker, a trampoline bungee, water ball, a dance bar, and a miniature golf course. There are also chain stores, restaurants and cafes.
Ha-Uman Street 17 Talpiot
Sunday to Thursday: 9:00 – 23:00
Friday: 10:00 – 14:00
Saturday night: one hour from end of Shabbat – 00:00
Ramot Mall is located in the neighborhood of Ramot, in northwest East Jerusalem. Opened in 2011, it is the second-largest shopping mall in Jerusalem after Malcha Mall. It has three floors with about 650 free parking slots.
255 Golda Meir Boulevard, Ramot
Sundays to Thursdays: 9:30 – 22:00
Friday and holidays: 00:00 to 15:09 (daylight saving time); 00:00 to 14:09 (wintertime)
Saturday night: one hour from end of Shabbat – 23:00
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