Stumbling Stones

Demnig’s project in Padua to remember the victims of Nazi-fascism

The stumbling blocks of Padua are part of the project designed by the German artist Gunter Demnig. Since the 1990s, Stolpersteine ​​have begun to spread throughout Europe, installed on public land in front of the last homes of the victims of Nazi-fascism or in front of the places of life that were significant for them.

Book your visit now

On request, the Museum of Jewish Padua organizes traveling visits to some of Padua’s stumbling blocks: during the guided tours you will have the opportunity to see them on site and listen to the stories they hold. These will continue inside the Museum and in addition it will be possible to complete the route with the entrance to the Italian Synagogue, the Community’s current place of prayer.


Guided tour of the Museum and Stolpersteine

  • opening hours: SUNDAY from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • clock
    duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
12,00 €
Full price
10,00 €
For students up to 26 years old and Padova Card holders
30,00 €
Family Ticket
2 adults + maximum of 3 children up to 12 years old

Additional Note: More information about the Stolpersteine placed in Padua can be found and updated on the website