It's the world-famous, highly popular, authentic and original, Kotel Wall Sukkah Banner.




Choose from 5 sizes to get the perfect fit for your Sukkah... from 5 feet wide up to 12 feet. This durable, weather-resistant, vinyl banner will last many Succos seasons. 


You'll feel fully immersed in Jerusalem, as if your sukkah is at the foot of the Western Wall. With its vibrant colors and sharp details, you'll reach out to touch this sukkah decoration. And you'll wonder why it took you so long to replace your old sukkah signs and posters with Sukkah Banners.


If you can't be in Israel for Sukkot, bring the kotel to your sukkah!

Kotel Wall

SKU: 3031735
PriceFrom $110.00
  • How big is this Banner?

    It's smaller than the real thing, but the Kotel Sukkah Banner ranges in size from HUGE to EXTRA-GINORMOUS! Measure your wall carefully so you could order the best size for your sukkah.

    • 5' wide by 5' high (Yes, that's feet!)
    • 6' wide by 6' high
    • 8' wide by 7' high
    • 10' wide by 7' high
    • 12' wide by 7' high (WOW, that's really large!)

    For most secure hanging, we recommend attaching with zip ties across the top grommets as well as the bottom and the sides. This may be a two-person job because of the size of the banner, but could be done solo. Loop the zip ties around sukkah poles or frame, or use nails or hooks in wood panels. Please contact us with any questions about hanging your Sukkah Banner.

  • What material is this?

    Sukkah Banners are durable, non-porous, 13 oz. gloss vinyl designed for the outdoors. Sukkah Banners feature heat-welded hems on all edges for durability and added strength. One-inch nickel grommets (that's what the metal-framed holes are really called) are installed, over reinforced hemmed edges, in each corner and along the top, bottom and sides. Ultraviolet-resistant inks provide vibrant, long lasting colors and prevent fading from exposure to sunlight.

    In brief, this is top-quality material, designed to last many Sukkah seasons. Not like those flimsy, faded sukkah signs or posters of past years.