Private Walking Jewish Berlin Tour: Synagogues and War Time Heroes
On this three-hour walking tour of Berlin, you will endeavour to retrace the fascinating 800-year history of the Jewish people in Berlin. You will learn more about the struggles as well as the triumphs the Jewish community faced in central Europe and the wider role this inspiring community has had on the 20th century.
- Explore the St. Mary’s Church – where you will learn more about the persecution of the Jewish people that was prevalent in Berlin.
- Visit the Rosentraße and learn about how the Jewish fought back against discrimination.
- Discover the Otto Weidt Museum – a 1940s factory where Otto Weidt, the ‘unsung Schindler’ protected his Jewish workforce from Nazi persecution.
- Learn about the Jewish fight against oppression at the magnificent Neue Synagogue.
This tour will stop on sights that tell the story and history of the Jewish community in Berlin. Discover sights that best symbolize the struggles and the dark times the Jewish people faced. You will visit sights where you will learn about the oppression– in addition, you will also hear about the inspirational stories about how the community fought back and protested the discrimination they faced. Undoubtedly, you will leave this tour feeling inspired and moved.
We built this tour because it invites travellers to learn about the persecution and resistance of the Jewish community within Berlin.
Please note: If you would like a public, guided tour inside St Mary's Church, there is an extra fee payable at the church.