Get to know Jewish Amsterdam with Amsterdam Guías & Tours!
Take a journey through the old Jewish quarter of Amsterdam and learn about the city’s interesting and complex Jewish history.
Amsterdam has played host since the 16th century to a large Jewish community expelled from different parts of Europe. This tour is your one way ticket to all the major sights of Jewish Amsterdam. Visit the Jewish Historical Museum (JHM), the JHM Children’s Museum, the Portuguese Synagogue, and the National Holocaust Memorial. Entry to these stops are available upon request and for an additional fee.
Explore Amsterdam. This tour visits Waterlooplein, where you’ll see the Spinoza Monument. The tour also stops at the Amsterdam Zoo where the National Holocaust Memorial is housed. From the Hermitage area of Amsterdam, location of the Shadow Canal Monument, to the Nieuwe Herengracht Canal, where we will find the Impressive Portuguese Synagogue, this tour of the Jewish cultural district visits more than 45 points of interests related to the culture of the Jewish community of Amsterdam.
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Public Walking Tours
For only 17€ per an adult (prices for children vary) explore Jewish Amsterdam with a local guide and other travelers. The Jewish Quarter Cultural Walking Tour operates every day at 3PM and departs from the Jewish Museum at Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1, Amsterdam. The tour ends at the Spinoza Statue near the Amsterdam Zoo.
This tour is about 2 hours. Tour times vary based on your guide and tour group. This tour is available in English or Spanish.
Maximum group sizes are of 20 people.
Reservations are required. Make sure to book ahead!
The Jewish Cultural Quarter Tour is operated by our partners at Ámsterdam Guías & Tour.