Discover Jewish heritage and the turbulent history of the Warsaw Ghetto. Learn about the creation of the Ghetto, the everyday life inside the walls, and the uprising of 1943. Get the best experience in a small and well-organized group of up to 15 people.
- Explore the former Jewish Ghetto in Warsaw with a 5-Stars Licensed Guide
- Immerse yourself in the history of WWII and Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
- See the oldest synagogue in Warsaw and the remains of the ghetto walls
- Visit the Jewish Cemetery and learn about the Polish-Jewish heritage
- Join a small group tour of up to 15 people, avoid tight crowd of 30-people offered by other agents
The history of the Jewish Ghetto in Warsaw is one of the most tragic stories of the Second World War. Explore the remains of the former Ghetto with a Licensed Guide who will bring these traumatic events to life. Take advantage of our small, well-organized group tour of up to 15 participants, much more personal than the 30-people crowds offered by other agents. Discover the history of the Polish-Jewish community.
During this 3-hour tour you will explore the Moranow district in Warsaw, which was the location of the largest Jewish ghetto in Europe during World War II. See the authentic ghetto walls and old houses where over 400,000 Jews from Warsaw were forced to live inside a closed area of four square kilometers. 100,000 Jews died in the ghetto from exhaustion, hunger, disease, and more than 300,000 were killed at the nearby Treblinka extermination camp.
Our Licensed Guide will tell you in depth about the persecution of Jews in German-occupied Poland – about the creation of the ghetto, the Nazi’s Final Solution plan, and the Holocaust. You will also learn about the heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943. Walking through Moranow you’ll see the Nozyk Synagogue, which is the only surviving prewar synagogue in the city. The last stop of this tour will be the Jewish Cemetery. Step inside this historic Jewish heritage site to hear the stories of the Polish-Jewish spiritual leaders, political activists, honored creators of Jewish culture, and thousands of nameless victims of the Ghetto.
- Group tour of the Warsaw Ghetto and Jewish Cemetery
- Jewish History Expert Guide with Official Warsaw License who is fluent in chosen language
- Small group size of up to 15 participants
- Lots of information about the history of WWII, ghetto and the Holocaust
- Entrance tickets to Jewish Cemetery
Meet your guide in front of the InterContinental Hotel, Emilii Plater 49, 00-125 Warsaw. Please do not enter the hotel, it is only a meeting point Open in Google Maps
What you should know
- Please check your email the day before the tour to receive important information
- Please ensure you arrive at the meeting point on time. Being late may prevent you from joining the tour
- Please note that the cemetery is closed on Saturdays, so you will visit the All Saints Church instead. This church is closely related to the Jewish history, so you will discover fascinating stories and beautiful architecture here
Warsaw Daily Jewish Ghetto Guided Tour with Jewish Cemetery