Jewish heritage in Warsaw
This tour focuses on visiting places connected with lasting for centuries Jewish presence in Poland. You can see still functioning Jewish cemetery; Nozyk Synagogue which survived WWII; remaining part of the ghetto wall; installation of the bridge connecting small and big ghetto; Umschlagplatz memorial at the former station from which Jews were deported to the death camp; Rappaport monument dedicated to heroes of the ghetto; and recently opened Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Also visit Jewish Historical Institute in original building of former Judaistic Library with newly arranged exhibition.
In Prague site (across the Vistula river) we can see pre-war mykveh, former nursery and shelter for Jewish children, and Jewish students' dormitory. Stroll along unchanged streets where "The Pianist", film by Polanski was made.Itinerary
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Warsaw Ghetto, Warsaw Poland
Former Warsaw ghetto was totally destroyed after the collapse of Uprising in ghetto, but now it is marked with Rappaport monument deduated to Heroes of ghetto, Mila 18, Umschlagplatz and Shmul Zygelbojm memorial.
Duration: 1 hourStop At:
Jewish Cemetery (Cmentarz Zydowski), Ul. Okopowa 49/51, Warsaw 01-043 Poland
Looking at the preserved matzevots you can learn a lot about the history of Jews in Warsaw and their input to Polish literature, science and art.
Mass graves from WWII and symbolic stones dedicated to those who perished in extermination camp in Treblinka.
Duration: 45 minutesStop At:
Umschlagplatz, Corner ul. Stawki and ul. Dzika, Warsaw Poland
It is located in the site of former railway station from which 300 thousands Jews from Warsaw ghetto were deported to death camp in Treblinka in summer 1942. On walls of it 300 first names in alphabetical order of thoses who started their last journey make symbolic inscription.
Duration: 15 minutesStop At:
Nozyk Synagogue, Twarda 6, Warsaw 00-950 Poland
It is the only synagogue in Warsaw which survived WWII. It was built at the beginning of 20th c., still functioning.
Duration: 15 minutesStop At:
POLIN Muzeum Historii Zydow Polskich, ul. Mordechaja Anielewicza 6, Warsaw 00-157 Poland
After the tour you can visit Polin, museum of the history of Polish Jews, on your own or using audioguides, learning about almost 1000 years of coexistence of Polih Jews and christians.
Duration: 2 hours
"Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability"
"Not wheelchair accessible"
"Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level"
"This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate"
11/21/2018 - 12/31/2020
Duration: 6 Hours
|Monday - Sunday:||09:00 AM - 01:00 PM|
Traveler pickup is offered
Cancellations and refunds:
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.