Jewish, Boat and Castle Tour

5-hour Jewish tour including a Jewish walking tour, Rosenborg Castle, a 1-hour private canal tour and a visit to either the Jewish Museum or the Resistance Museum.

Tour price USD 1.090 (includes up till 6 pax)

Embark on a journey through the rich history of Danish Jewry with our Jewish tours in Copenhagen. From the royal invitation by King Christian IV 400 years ago to the present day, our tours offer a unique perspective on the Jewish heritage in Denmark.

The guide will also share personal accounts concerning the remarkable rescue of 7,000 Danish Jews in October 1943 and shed light on contemporary Jewish life.

Explore the Great Synagogue of Copenhagen, with its breathtaking architecture from 1833.

Visit the historic Rosenborg Castle, located in the King’s Garden at the heart of Copenhagen, showcasing 400 years of royal history, art, treasures, and the Crown Jewels, all commissioned by Christian IV in the early 17th century.

Embark on a private 1-hour canal tour for a cozy boat ride through Copenhagen’s picturesque canals, concluding near the Royal Library, the Black Diamond, and a short distance from the Danish Jewish Museum.

Experience the unique architecture of The Danish Jewish Museum designed by architect Daniel Libeskind, providing insights into Danish Jewish culture with a particular focus on the events of World War II. The Museum, named ‘Mitzvah,’ pays tribute to the courageous rescue of most Danish Jews. (Please note that the museum is closed on Mondays.)

Please note: The Jewish Museum can be replaced with a visit to the Museum of the Resistance.

*Please note: We only offer pre-booked tours for private parties. We do not have any open tours. 

**The prices mentioned above is the tour price – not per person

***The tours will be carried out in all kinds of weather

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