• Discover the Jewish History of Estonia in Tallinn led by a specialist guide • Enjoy the privileges of a private tour to visit the Jewish Museum • See Beit Bella Synagogue and lesser-known remains of Jewish History in the old town. • Visit two Jewish Cemeteries, time allowing.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Walks In Europe, Tallinn, Harju CountyIf you’d like to see a bit more into Tallinn apart from the Old Town and interested in the Jewish history of the city, then this 4-hour tour is just the match for you. Your expert guide will pick you up from the hotel or your ship.Stop At: Estonian Jewish Museum, Tallinn, Harju CountyOur first visit of the tour will be the Estonian Jewish Museum.The unique exposition in the Museum sheds light on the somewhat unknown part of the Jewish history in Estonia. Duration: 1 hourStop At: Beit Bella Synagogue, Tallinn, Harju CountyBeit Bella is the first synagogue built in postwar Estonia. By 1942, the Nazis had murdered those who remained, and Estonia was the first state declared Judenfrei.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Dr. Fr. R. Kreutzwald Memorial Museum, Voru, Voru CountyMany of the Jewish remnants of the past have few or no markers in the old town but we still go to these sites to remember where they were: A prayer room at Kreutzwaldi StreetThe Old Cantonists’ SynagogueGreat Choral SynagogueThe Magasini CemeteryRahumae CemeteryDuration: 3 hours