A special walking tour in honor of Yom HaShoa (Holocaust Rememberance Day). The tour will focus on destruction and rebuilding throughout the history of Jerusalem.
- Visit Martef HaShoah - the first memorial established after the Holocaust in Israel. The musuem is a powerful experience, and includes aspects of the spiritual life of those in the camps such as miniature tefillin, a siddur written from memory and a chanukiah made from potato skins.
- Martef HaShoah was intentionally place facing the traditional Tomb of King David. We visit the site and hear how this place came to be identified as such.
- Walk to Oscar Schindler’s grave and remember all those who helped Jews survive.
- Acend to the Aish HaTorah 2nd Temple Model for a view of the Kotel and the Temple Mount, a symbol of our great heritage and our exile.
- Visit the Burnt House
- Understand the Cardo and the Medba Map, symbols of our exile and rebuilding.
- Hear the fascinating stories of attempts to re-establish a Jewish community in Jerusalem outside the Ramban and Hurva Synagogues
What to bring
- Water (1 large bottle or 2 small bottles per person)
- Good walking shoes (no flip-flops)
- Modest dress recommended (No tank tops or short shorts).
Regular: $45 per person.
Special: $41 per person if 3 or more book together.
This cost of this tour includes entrance to three paid sites.