WW2: Learn about the Jewish Quarter in Berlin

Join us on this historical walk that retraces Jewish history during Nazi Germany around a small section in the Mitte district which many Jews called their home before WWII.

Duration : 60 mins     Max Size : 50     Destination : Germany  

Category : Curriculum-based sessions     Recommended For : Schools

Subject : History  


An important historical tour designed for youngsters where they can join us on a walk around a small section in the Mitte district which many Jews called their home before WWII. Literally meaning the ‘middle’, the Mitte’s cobblestone streets and the architectural elegance of its houses, exude an early 20th century vibe. Mitte suffered from serious damage during the second world war, but the structures were repaired and restored to their former glory

This is a very important tour that retraces Jewish history during Nazi Germany. On this walk youngsters will visit the Neue Synagogue (now Berlin's main Synagogue).  Children will visit a memorial to Otto Weidt (a relatively unknown Hero in comparison to the inspirational Oscar Schindler) who saved blind and deaf Jews by employing them in his factory). The memorial is at the site of the factory.

You will visit  Hackescherhöfe (a courtyard complex that was once owned by a German Jew and is now a listed site).

Included also is the site of the oldest Jewish cemetery in Berlin. Amongst other things you be able to see the ‘Stumbling Stones’ (a Europe-wide project that involved small brass plated cobblestones to commemorate the site of where a victim of the Holocaust either worked or lived).

Your Presenter

  Sarah Bonfiglioli

Sarah is originally from Australia. Having first completed a degree in Business Marketing and working in the Advertising industry she thought her future was decided. She then went on a trip to Europe and as a result stumbled upon Berlin. Having immediately fallen in love with the city, she never left! She has been sharing her love for the city with visitors for seven years now. Sarah has always been fascinated with history and finds great joy in being able to share that passion and love for Berlin with visitors from all over the world. 

How it works

This tour has been designed specially for school children. This is a group tour that accommodates up to 50 children at a time. Once you book this experience, we will send you a confirmation email with a link to join the session. Children and teachers can log in from their individual classes or congregate in one single class/hall and access the tour via the link provided.

What you need

You will need a stable internet connection and a mobile device (ideally a desktop or laptop) to stream the session.

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel and obtain a full refund for this session until 5 days before the date of the first session.

Book this experience

From £250 / Per Group (Max 50 Person)

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