The heart of Jewish Amsterdam is found in the Plantage neighborhood with the Holocaust monument, the Synagogue, the Dockwerker and more. Amsterdam has had a large Jewish population since the 17th century. Explore Jewish Amsterdam and learn more about what happened in World War II, the resistance and how we remember daily and annually.
Wherever you look in the plantation neighborhood, the monuments cannot escape you. From Stolpesteine , The Portuguese Synagogue, The Shadow Quay, Waterloo Square, Spinoza, Holocaust monument, the Dockworker, Rembrandt House, Nieuwmarkt and Dam Square
Extend your tour
If you want an even more complete picture of Jewish Amsterdam, then book this tour as a bicycle tour. During this route we’ll pass Anne Frank’s first house, eat a ‘Jewish’ delicacy, pass by the highlights and get more insight into the Jewish customs that are still noticeable every day in Amsterdam. Book a museum ticket! Supplement the tour with a visit to one of the Jewish museums. The ticket provides access to multiple museums in 1. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
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