The Mishkan, Tabernacle, was in Shiloh for 369 years, from Joshua to Samuel. Shiloh was the official site for Jewish worship and the administrative capital before King David established Jerusalem, and before King Solomon built the Holy Temple.
And in recent years it's a very popular tourist spot, especially for the festival activities we've been offering during Passover and Succot.
Here are a few pictures from the this year's Passover Festival.
Tel Shiloh is open to tourists, for parties and events all year long. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org