Discover over 800-years of Jewish history, culture and traditions at Frankfurt’s Museum Judengasse and Jewish Museum. Take advantage of skip-the-line tickets and simply enjoy the exhibitions and a walking tour of the Jewish Quarter with a Private Guide.

  • Visit two Jewish Museums in Frankfurt with a Jewish History Expert-Guide
  • Save time with skip-the-line tickets to the Museum Judengasse and Jewish Museum
  • Discover the heritage of the local Jewish community
  • See exhibitions on over 800 years of Jewish history, culture and traditions
  • Take a walking tour of Frankfurt’s former Jewish ghetto

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  • 2 - 4 Hours
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  • Live GuideEnglish, German, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish
  • Walking tour
  • Skip The Line Tickets for Priority Access
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Join this tour to visit 2 Jewish Museum’s in Frankfurt and unreveal the history of the local Jewish community, from the city’s beginnings to the present day. You will hear stories about the notable Jewish personalities such as Georg Speyer, Leopold Sonnemann, Mayer Amschel Rothschild, and Anne Frank. Enjoy the exclusive exhibitions commemorating Frankfurt’s Jewish heritage.

During the 2-hours tour you will first visit the Jewish Museum located in the beautiful Rothschild Palais by the Main River. Here, you will discover Jewish history and culture from 1800 to the present. The museum presents Jewish lifestyle through personal stories of Frankfurt’s Jewish citizens. Among some of the interesting stories, you will hear about the Rothschild family and Anne Frank.

Next, you will visit the Museum Judengasse, located next to the Old Jewish Cemetery in the former “Jews’ Lane” (the Frankfurter Judengasse). The museum focuses on Jewish everyday life in early modern times at one of Europe’s earliest and largest Jewish ghettos. You will see the archaeological remains of five houses from Frankfurt Judengasse. There are also exhibits of everyday objects and exhibitions on the local Jewish music and literature. Both museums are very educational and child-friendly.

Choose the 4-hours option to enhance your experience with a walking tour of the former Jewish Quarter in Frankfurt Ostend district. You will see Börneplatz Memorial, which commemorates Frankfurt’s citizens killed in the Holocaust. Another point of interest will be the Former Synagogue at Friedberger Anlage, now serving as a tribute to the synagogue built in 1907 and destroyed by National Socialist during the so-called “Night of Broken Glass.” Lastly, you will visit the concentration camp memorial site at Gedenkstätte Großmarkthalle.

  • Private Tour of the two Jewish Museums and Frankfurt’s Jewish Quarter
  • Jewish History Expert-Guide with Official City License speaking fluently in chosen language
  • Skip-the-line tickets to the Museum Judengasse and Jewish Museum (2 and 4-hours options)
  • Walking tour of the former Jewish ghetto and WWII memorials (4-hours option)
  • Lots of information about the Jewish history, culture and traditions

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Meeting point

Meet your guide in front of the Jewish Museum, Untermainkai 14-15, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

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