Embark on a poignant journey of discovery. This tour is an invitation to step into the shoes of history’s witnesses, exploring sites of profound significance to Berlin’s Jewish community. From the solemn beauty of the Old Synagogue to the powerful Block of Women, each location tells a story of resilience, faith, and remembrance. Visit the Memorial Jewish Cemetery and the esteemed Jüdisches Gymnasium Moses Mendelssohn, connecting with the past’s educational and spiritual heritage. Marvel at the architectural splendor and historical depth of the New Synagogue Berlin – Centrum Judaicum. Finally, uncover the lesser-known stories of courage at the Museum Blindenwerkstatt Otto Weidt. This tour isn’t merely a walk through time; it’s an opportunity for you to become part of a continuing legacy. Join us to honor memory, celebrate survival, and carry forward the rich tapestry of Jewish history and culture in Berlin.

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  • Explore historic Jewish synagogues showcasing Berlin's rich religious heritage.
  • Learn about heroic resistance against Nazis and Otto Weidt's bravery.
  • Visit educational institutions and memorials honoring Holocaust victims' legacy.


  • Professional local tour guide services

Route & Duration

3 hours
  • 1

    Old Synagogue

    You will visit Old Synagogue in the district of Marienviertel in Berlin, once there stood the synagogue which was used for Jewish services. You will visit an important site for Jewish people which was destroyed during World War II.

  • 2

    Block of Women

    Visit the place where a group of German women resisted the Nazi authorities which lead to the release of thousands of Jewish prisoners. The memorial commemorates the bravery of these women and reminds us that great bravery lies in every one of us.

  • 3

    Memorial Jewish Cemetery

    You will explore one of the oldest Jewish cemeteries in the country. The Nazis destroyed most of the original gravestones in the 1940s, however, the site was later converted into a memorial in honor the Jewish victims during Holocaust.

  • 4

    Jewish boys' and girls' schools (Jüdisches Gymnasium Moses Mendelssohn)

    Visit a place where pupils learn to live together under the auspices of tolerance, acceptance, and integration. majority of the students come from a Jewish backround, and the other part comes from non-Jewish families who are interested in Judaism.

  • 5

    New Synagogue Berlin - Centrum Judaicum

    New Synagogue Berlin – Centrum Judaicum is center of Jewish culture and an important place of remembrance. Here you will learn about the story of the building and the life associated with.

  • 6

    Museum Blindenwerkstatt Otto Weidt

    Witness a story of a brave man who employed mostly blind and deaf Jewish workers in his workshop during World War II. The museum exhibits photographs, letters, documents, and media stations that show the terrifying situation of Jews living at that time.

Meeting Point

The main entrance of Old Synagogue (Oranienburger Str. 28-30, Berlin) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.