If your question is not answered below, feel free to contact us.
A: Yes, the Clal Building, where The Pavilion is located, has an underground parking garage.
A: One of the most popular tourist sites in Jerusalem is Machane Yehuda, the outdoor market, also commonly referred to as the “shuk.” Machane Yehuda is a quick walk across the street from The Pavilion.

Another feature is easy access via public transportation networks. The city's light rail has stops just outside the door, and most of the public bus routes have stops within a 3 minute walk, creating seamless travel options for Pavilion guests.

Finally, the Pavilion is located on Jaffa Rd, one of the main commercial centers of the city.
A: Yes. If needed, trained and equipped staff can be ready on-site to help with your event or studio session.
A: Yes, there are elevators leading to the event hall and within for easy wheelchair access.
A: We would strongly suggest using Cafe Forte for any catering needs. If, however, this does not meet your needs, you may bring in an outside caterer; clean up is not the responsibility of The Pavilion. Kosher restrictions do not apply.
A: Yes, chairs and circular tables that comfortably seat 8 can be rented in addition.
A: Promotion is primarily the responsibility of the renter, but some assistance can be provided on a case by case basis. Please contact us for more information.
A: Yes, the Clal building, in which The Pavilion is located, has guards at each entry.

In the past, the Israeli police have required that individual events require on-site security, but as of this year that requirement has been lifted.
A: The Pavilion is equipped with a cleaning staff. You are, however, required to leave the space and equipment as you found it. If the property or equipment has been damaged, the security deposit will be used to cover the expense.