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Padua Jewish Heritage Museum | Guided tour

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Every Monday, Thursday and Sunday, the Museum and the Synagogue are open for guided tours. Take the opportunity to discover the traditions and history of the Jews in Padua.

The Italian Synagogue and the Museum in the former Ashkenazi Synagogue will be the evocative set.
It is possible to visit the Jewish cemetery by appointment.

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Explore the Jewish Museum of Padua

The Jewish Museum of Padua organizes visits to all the Jewish sites in the city, offers specific events on Jewish culture and history, welcomes groups and schools for dedicated educational workshops. Plan your visit, discover all the initiatives, and stay updated on events!

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Plan your visit to the Jewish Museum of Padua

The main visitable sites are three: the Museum, the Synagogue, and the ancient Jewish Cemetery. Choose the visit that best suits your interests

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Guided Tour
  • Italian Synagogue

  • Recommended Visit Duration

  • clock 1 hour and 30 minutes
  • Reservation Recommended

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Guided Tour
  • Jewish Museum

  • Recommended Visit Duration

  • clock 1 hour and 30 minutes
  • Reservation Recommended

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Guided Tour
  • Jewish Cemetery

  • Recommended Visit Duration

  • clock 1 hour and 30 minutes
  • Reservation Recommended

  • For Schools
  • We offer educational workshops on various themes tailored for schools of all levels.
  • Educational Paths
  • For Groups
  • Private tours for groups are available upon request.
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An ancient testament to Jewish history and culture in the heart of Padua

Experience the Jewish Museum of Padua

At the Museum, specific visits are offered for both children and adults, as well as events that delve into the themes of Jewish culture, tradition, and religion.

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Stumbling Stones

Currently, in Padua, there are 34 stumbling stones laid as part of the project spread across Europe, signed by the artist Gunter Demnig. Discover, together with the Jewish Museum of Padua, the Paduan stones and the stories they remember

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Video Collections

Within these narrow and winding streets lies an ancient story: that of the Jewish settlement in the city, its commercial, social, cultural, and religious history

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Digital Archive

The digital archive section will soon be available for consulting documents belonging to the private archive of the cultural and religious Community

Activities and events of Jewish Padua

Stay updated on cultural events at the Jewish Museum of Padua

The Jewish Museum of Padua promotes events and cultural activities open to everyone. To explore new aspects of Jewish culture, tradition, and religion, we offer monthly themed visits and meetings aimed at fostering intercultural dialogue. Stay updated!