Bar Mitzvah at the Kotel – Bar Mitzvah in Jerusalem
Tens of thousands of Jewish boys from all over the world dream of holding their bar mitzvahs at the Western Wall (Kotel). These boys come from all over Israel and the world, to celebrate their big day near the meaningful and magical Western Wall.
“Simcha Hall at the Kotel” overlooks the Western Wall and offers you everything you need for the perfect Kotel bar mitzvah – including an event hall with a perfect view of the Kotel plaza. (Kotel cam – Click here)
When you organize a bar mitzvah in Jerusalem at the Kotel with Simcha Hall, you can rest easy. With twenty years of experience in hosting bar mitzvah at the Kotel celebrations, we offer everything you need to ensure your special event flows as smoothly as possible.
And at Simcha Hall, we welcome parents of girls who want to celebrate their daughter’s bat mitzvah in Jerusalem – and know that a bat mitzvah in the Kotel plaza will be most meaningful.
Simcha Hall is located right next to the Kotel, and boasts an impressive panoramic view of the Western Wall and the Temple Mount for the perfect Bar Mizvah Kotel. We have easy access from the Kotel plaza itself, and we’re just one minute away – so you know your family and friends aren’t in for a trek.
Our chef, Sarah Black, offers your choice of a variety of rich and tantalizing menus, all of which adhere to the strictest kashrut (kosher) standards. Our in-house event designer will create perfect and personalized décor.
Simcha Hall’s staff offers you a complete package, so you won’t have to worry about logistics, waiters, musicians, videographers, photographers, or anything else.
During the hot summer months and rainy winter weather, you can hold your Bar Mitzvah in the Kotel, and also Torah reading in our air-conditioned hall. We offer everything you need for an unforgettable Torah reading: kosher Torah scrolls, prayer books (siddurim) according to Ashkenazic or Sefardic rites, and more. Our event hall is perfect for a bar mitzvah at the Kotel celebration of 80-100 people.