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Prague’s Jewish Quarter is one of the most important and richest Jewish museums in the world. Thanks for this service, you don’t have to purchase admission ticket at cashdesc and you will enjoy the visit straight away. With the ticket you get an introduction of 20 min. in English which will help you to orient yourself in all ghetto and to make you enter into this impressive Jewish history.
Experience in detail
With this ticket, you will explore the Jewish Quarter of Prague and get an overview of the area’s history and modern life.
You will meet our guide outside the Rudolfinum on Jan Palach Square, who will give you the admission ticket and give you a short introduction about the Jewish quarter. During this 20 minute introduction, you will join the guide for a little walk which will take you next to the Pinkas synagogue, which was turned into a memorial to the nearly 80,000 Jewish victims of the Shoah from the Czech lands. It also serves as the entrance to the Old Jewish Cemetary, one of the oldest in Central Europe. The guide will show you the entrance to the Jewish cemetery and will explain to you how to visit the other sites inside of the ghetto.
Once the introduction is over you will go and visit the Jewish ghetto at your own pace.
Thanks to this ticket you will look inside the main Synagogues in the area, go to the Old Jewish Cemetery, visit the Ceremonial Hall and a Gallery, where you will find temporary exhibitions. The Maisel synagogue was erected in 1592 on the basis of a privilege granted by Emperor Rudolf II. Its founder was Mordecai Maisel, the Mayor of the Prague Jewish Town. Touch screens enable visitors to look through old Hebrew manuscripts and to view historical maps of Jewish settlements. You will also get a chance to see the impressive interior of the Spanish Synagogue. Where is also located permanent exhibition: Jews in the Bohemian Lands, 19th-20th Centuries. This exhibition deals with the history of the Jews in the Bohemian lands from the reforms of Joseph II in the 1780s to the period after the Second World War.