A leisurely stroll through the narrow streets of Dublin's old Jewish neighbourhood-Perfect for Cruise Ship visits
Meet me in the Bretzel Bakery, founded in 1870 as a Kosher Bakery, have a coffee and a delicious Bagel and take a unhurried amble through the narrow streets of Dublin's old Jewish Quarter.
We'll explore the history of the once vibrant Jewish Community and come with me to the Jewish Museum, with its wonderful collection of artifacts: a historical treasure trove. Enter the Old Synagogue in Walworth Road before further exploration reveals many more features of this fascinating area where members of my family were raised over 100 years ago.
The tour lasts approximately 2 hours. If you are a Cruise Ship passenger I can collect you dockside. If you are staying in a Central Dublin Hotel I can meet you there, and if your preference is to meet on site then the Bretzel Bakery is the place!
Meet in Bretzel Bakery or pre arranged location.
Stroll through the old Jewish Quarter showing many historical buildings and locations such as--
22 Victoria Street where my Grandparents and my father and his siblings lived in the early 1900's
Exterior Adelaide Road Synagogue-where I was Barmitzvah and all my family attended
exterior Greenville Hall Synagogue
The home of Rabbi Hertzog
The home of Harry Kernoff, the celebrated Irish/Jewish painter
Arrive at the Jewish Museum
Old Walworth Road Synagogue
Please note that the Jewish Museum is shut on Friday, Shabbat and Jewish Holidays
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Bretzel Bakery, Lennox Street, Dublin 8 or at any central location. Hotel or cruise ship dockside.
End location: Wherever required in central location
Duration: 2 hours
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 euro - Perhaps for refreshments-I provide bottled water
Jewish Museum donations welcome
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We had a wonderful experience with Peter! He was very informative, open to our questions, as well as being fun to be with. The "Jewish Dublin" tour was extremely interesting, and his descriptions and personal anecdotes made history come alive for us!