Explore the streets of Jewish London
A journey of discovery through the narrow streets of Spitalfields and Whitechapel that traces the history of London's Jewish community. Hear the stories of the people and learn about England's first Yiddish theatre, Petticoat Lane market, the soup kitchens and synagogues and see how this area has become one of the most exciting and popular areas to visit in London.
I look forward to welcoming you to London and showing you this vibrant and multicultural area.
This is a suggested itinerary but can be adapted according to personal requests:
- Whitechapel Art Gallery
- Brick Lane
- Fournier Street
- Princelet Street
- Spitalfields Market
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Whitechapel Art Gallery
77-82 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX. This is located next door to Aldgate East underground station.
I can meet you at your hotel or a specified location if it is in central London.
End location: Liverpool Street Station
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
This is a walking tour.
My time and service as your private guide with enthusiasm and a smile.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
12 Pounds - Entrance into Bevis Marks synagogue if open, drink and snack
The possibility of a visit to Bevis Marks, the oldest Sephardi synagogue in England. If the synagogue is open on the day of your tour there will be an additional charge of approximately £5 entrance fee per person to be paid in cash on the door.
Any snacks or drinks during the tour.
I am not a driver guide.
I will guide using public transport.
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Isabelle is most knowledgeable, qualified and informed and brings a personal and colorful perspective to her orientation. We enjoyed her style and found her responsive to all questions and most patient and considerate. We are glad we took this tour.