How many Jewish people lived in Breslau? How does Wroclaw celebrate Jewish culture? Go on a Jewish walking tour and visit the White Stork Stock Synagogue to learn about Jewish history and heritage. Optional: visit the Old Jewish Cemetery!

  • Explore the District of Four Denominations with a 5-Star Expert Guide
  • Admire the beautiful interiors of the White Stork Synagogue
  • Experience Jewish history and culture
  • Learn about Jewish life in Breslau (Wroclaw), and how it changed after the war
  • Visit the Old Jewish Cemetery – the Museum of Cemetery Art (4-hour tour only)

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  • 2 - 4 hours
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  • Live GuideEnglish, German, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish, Polish
  • Walking tour
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The best place to discover Jewish history in Wroclaw is the District of Four Denominations, which is home to a small Jewish Quarter with 2 synagogues. Join our Expert Guide on this Jewish tour to learn about its history and cultural heritage. Experience the Jewish way of life in Wroclaw!

Book a 2-hour tour to visit the White Stork Synagogue and see other highlights of the District of Four Denominations in Wroclaw. Prior to 1933, the Jewish community in former Breslau, which was a leading city in East Germany, played a prominent part in the economic, social, and cultural life of the city. Your Expert Guide will tell you what has happened to one of the oldest Jewish communities in today’s Poland, and take you to a hidden courtyard with the old Small Synagogue and the White Stork Synagogue, the center of Wroclaw’s Jewish life. We include tickets to the White Stork Synagogue, so you can see where the local community prays and celebrates. The guide will also show you the memorial to the New Synagogue, which was the second largest synagogue in Germany prior to its destruction on Kristallnacht. You will also learn about the Jewish Theater that operated for a few years in the building of the Polish Theater.

Book a 4-hour tour to learn more about Jewish history, culture and traditions by visiting the White Stork Synagogue and the Old Jewish Cemetery in Wroclaw. You can take a nice walk there, or use pubic transport (ticktes are included. This Jewish heritage site serves as the Museum of Cemetery Art and is a great place to learn about the Jewish funeral customs and symbols.With your Expert Guide, you will have the opportunity to hear stories about Jewish doctors, scientists, social activists and artists who are resting here.

  • Private Walking Tour of the Jewish Quarter, District of Four Denominations in Wroclaw (number of attractions depends on the selected option)
  • Jewish History Expert Guide who is fluent in the language selected when booking
  • Tickets to the White Stork Synagogue
  • Tickets to the Historic Jewish Cemetery and public transport tickets (4-hour tour only)
  • Pickup from accommodation (Old Town only)
  • Tickets to the Old Jewish Cemetery and public transport tickets (in 2-hour tour)
  • Admission to Small Synagogue
  • Pickup from accommodation located outside Wroclaw Market Square

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Meeting point

Meet your guide next to the statue of Kryształowa Planeta, Świętego Antoniego, 50-074 Wrocław Open in Google Maps

Important information

What you should know

  • Please check your email the day before the tour for important information.
  • The Old Jewish Cemetery is not included in a 2-hour tour.
  • The White Stork Synagogue is closed on Saturdays, Jewish holidays, during the performances and prayer time.
  • Admission is for the synagogue only, without temporary exhibitions.
  • The 4-hour tour requires the use of public transport, tickets are included.
  • Pickup service is available only for accommodations / hotels located within 1,5 km from the designated meeting point (Kryształowa Planeta, Świętego Antoniego, 50-074 Wrocław).