The façade of the synagogue, to which the Jewish Museum is attached, is exciting for all architecture fans.

Guided tour for groups

Judaism in Munich

Travel back in time to the life of Abraham de Municha and explore the epochs of bloom and persecution to the new beginning in the heart of the city.

“But your Walls Rest in Me”, the journalist and scholar of religion, Schalom Ben-Chorin wrote in 1937 about “his“ Munich after emigrating to Jerusalem.

During this guided tour with an official City of Munich guide you will learn about the changing history of the Jews in Munich.


Photo: Jörg Lutz

Take part!

Book this tour with München Tourismus, Guided Tours

Phone: +49 89 233 30204
Fax: +49 89 233 30319

Duration 2 hours | fee from 140 € plus VAT if applicable | available in many languages | dates, meeting point and special requests by arrangement | The walk does not include an interior visit of the synagogue

Price list as PDF download


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