Frankfurt's Jewish Museum and City Tour - Half Day
The image of the city of Frankfurt is defined by the contribution of the German Jews to culture, science, politics, and business. The Historical Museum and the new Jewish Museum devote themselves to the history of the Jewish communities in Frankfurt and Germany.
Topics include the beginnings of the Jewish settlement in the 12th century, the struggle for social integration, and the new beginnings of Jewish communities after 1945. Basic commodities, as well as cult and art objects, depict everyday life and festivals in the synagogue and at home.
Frankfurt "Judengasse" Museum / Jewish Lane reopened, the archeological excavations from 1462 and a revamped new museum can be explored, the old cemetery from 1270 can be visited, the new Jewish memorial is waiting for your discovery. Highlights: Lee Krasner, a female Jewish painter and the wife of Jackson Pollock.
Special requests can be organized: visit of the synagogue, historical research, visit of the Philantropin & other cultural highlights of Frankfurt
- The tour will start discovering the Jewish neighborhood (excavations) from the 15th century and visit the old cemetery (1270)
- Visit the new Jewish Memorial
- The hotspots of the moment in the town
This tour can be modified according to your requests and personal tastes and research regarding your personal heritage can be done. Please contact me for a customized tour
MEETING POINT + TOUR DURATION
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 4 hours 30 min.
Metro and walking. It is a walking tour (pls. wear comfortable shoes) but other mode of transportation can be arranged at additional cost.
- Guiding Services
ESTIMATED LOCAL CASH NEEDED
25 Euro - for transportation, meals & drinks
- Personal Expenses
- Public Transportation Tickets
- Food, Drinks, Snacks