This tour traces the history of London’s Jewish community in London and the East End. It’s a story that embraces the poverty of the pogrom refugees and the glittering success of the Rothschilds; the eloquence of the 19th-century Prime Minister Disraeli and the spiel of the Petticoat Lane stallholder. Set amid the alleys and back streets of colourful Spitalfields, Whitechapel, and the glamour of the West End it’s a tale of synagogues and sweatshops,Sephardim and soup kitchens.
See the oldest synagogue in London, statues of prominent jewish people, find out Jews were expelled from England in 1290 and did not return for over 300 years.
This tour follows the history and events of the Jewish people in England it is not a religious tour.
Tour 3 hours £399.00 up to 6 people