The Warsaw Jewish Ghetto Tour

In the Warsaw ghetto, divided into 2 sections (the Small Ghetto at the southern end and the Large Ghetto on the north), 450,000 Jews were forced to live in very crowded conditions. By the time deportations to the extermination camps began, about 100,000 residents of the Ghetto had died of starvation or disease. After the 1943 Uprising the ruins of the Ghetto were leveled, and a new residential district was built right on top of them, making the new buildings one level higher than the prewar buildings had been.


ROUTE: ghetto area (remains of ghetto walls, synagogue, monuments and historical sites including the Monument to the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto, the Remebrance Path, Mila 18 Monument and Umschlagplatz Monument), Jewish cemetery,

Optional – Jewish Historical Institute > new core exhibition about Oneg Shabbat (The Warsaw Ghetto Archives collected in the Warsaw Ghetto and found after the war), Optional – the Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Tour Duration – 4-7 hours (including driving time)
Please note – due to Sabbath some Jewish sites are not available on Friday afternoon and Saturday.
– Jewish Historical Institute is available from Monday, Wednesday, Thursday (9:00-18:00); Tuesday (9:00-20:00); Friday (9:00-16:00) and Sunday (10:00-18:00), closed on Saturday
– the Museum of the History of Polish Jews is open from Wednesday to Monday (10.00-18.00), Saturday (10:00-20:00); closed on Tuesday
– the Jewish cemetery is available from Sunday to Thursday (10:00-17:00), Friday (10:00-15:00); closed on Saturdays
– the synagogue is available 11:00-17:00 except for the time of service / holidays and Saturday
Group size: 1-4 pax
For larger groups extra transportation (mini-van, bus) cost will be added – please contact for details
meeting place and time:  according to your wish
Transportation Method: walking and car tour
1-4 hours: 160 Euro per tour
each additional hour – 35 Euro
Price includes: guiding service, tax, car transportation for up to 4 pax, parking fees
Additional costs:
Entrance fees:
– Jewish Historical Institute – 3.5 Euro per person
– synagogue – 2.5 Euro per person,
– Jewish cemetery – 2.5 Euro per person
Please note:  services are priced PER TOUR, not PER PERSON
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