Your Jewish Berlin tour begins at the remaining foundations of the so-called Old Synagogue, where your guide, a Jewish Studies scholar, will help you to grasp the challenges faced by German Jews during the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The major focus, however, will be the main sites of Berlin's 19th- and 20th-century Jewish history: the districts of Spandauer Vorstadt and Scheunenviertel (known as the “Barn Quarter”) in Berlin-Mitte. Here you will learn of the profound contribution of Berlin Jews to German culture even as they faced centuries of persecution, tragically culminating in the Holocaust. You'll leave this tour with a new appreciation of the Jewish experience in Berlin and of the forces of antisemitism and Nazi fascism that led to modern genocide.
Jewish Berlin guided tour with a friendly historian
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Do this because
- Explore Berlin's Jewish history in the districts of Spandauer Vorstadt and Scheunenviertel
- Learn more about the life and challenges of German Jews during the Middle Ages and Renaissance
- See the graceful Oranienburger Avenue with the magnificent New Synagogue
- Learn about the leading roles that assimilated Jews played in every field of German culture
What to expect
- Guided tour
What's not included
- Public transport ticket
Rosenthaler Str. 40/41, 10178 Berlin, Germany
The tour starts at the Restaurant Hackescher Hof.
What to remember
- This tour requires a minimum of two people
- Please refer to the calendar for updated starting times and availability
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the activity begins.