Surrounding the Tabernacle, there was an Outer Court consisting of a high wall made of white linen curtains. The linen wall was 5 cubits (7.5 feet) in height and was to be hung upon 60 pillars. These pillars were probably made of wood, capped with silver crowns and set on brass sockets. The pillars were connected together with silver rods. The linen wall went all around the Outer Court, which was 100 cubits (150 feet) by 50 cubits (75 feet), except at the east end where there was an entrance curtain. The linen wall made a separation between the outside world and the Tabernacle. The Outer Court itself was open to all Israelites to worship. Those who had been redeemed were allowed to enter.