3-hour Walking Tour
When did Jews start settling down in Poland?
Why 2 out of 4 European printing houses in XVI century were located in Poland?
What did partition of Poland in XVIII century change in lives of Polish Jews?
What Oneg Sabat was?
Book this tour if you want to find out more about the History of Jews in Poland from the beginning of Polish state through the frightening times of World War II till today.
The Museum of the History of Polish Jews POLIN is located in pre-war Jewish district.
We start this tour with the visit to the Museum. The tour of the exposition takes approx. 2 hours. Later I will take you on a walk around the Museum to talk about the Rappaport Monument commemorated to the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto. We continue our walk all the way to Umschlagplatz which is the place were the train station was situated. It was from this train station that Warsaw Jews were starting their last trip to Treblinka Death Camp.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: In front of the main entrance to Museum of the History of the Polish Jews POLIN.
End location: In front of the main entrance to Museum of the History of the Polish Jews POLIN.
Duration: 3 hours
No transportation included.
Licensed private guide service is included in the tour price.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 PLN - Entrance ticket to the Museum of the History of the Polish Jews POLIN - 25 PLN per person
Obligatory extra cost to be paid on spot - entrance to POLIN Museum - 25 PLN (approx. 8 USD) per person
As a licensed guide, I have no restrictions.