The model of Jerusalem on a 1 to 50 scale that depicts Jerusalem as it would have appeared just prior to the First Revolt (began ca. 66 CE) is justly famous. Professor Michael Avi–Yonah was the original consultant and the model has been updated on a number of occasions—based upon new archaeological discoveries.
I thought some might find the following labeled image useful.
View looking north northeast at the model of Second Temple Jerusalem. On the left (west) side of the image is the higher “western hill.” This is where the elite of Jerusalem lived (see Wohl Museum). Note the placement of the “theater.” However, no archaeological evidence of the structure of theater has been found.
Note the bridge that connects the Western Hill with the Temple Mount (see Wilson’s Arch) and the platform and staircase to the south of it (see Robinson’s Arch).
In the center, and right (east) of center, is the Herodian Temple platform with the Temple clearly visible. On the south end of the platform the long red–roofed building is the Royal Portico (stoa). Below it are the two Double Gates that led up into the Temple Mount. Note the staircases that lead up to them. The large open space to the south of the Mount is where originally a “stadium” was placed. However, in spite of excavations, no evidence of it has been found and thus it was removed from the model.
On the northwestern corner of the Temple Platform is the Antonia Fortress.
This model was originally built on the grounds of the Holy Land Hotel but has been moved to the Israel Museum.