Learn the history of Jewish Boston with guided walking tours, in partnership with Boston by Foot! Meeting place will be provided after registration. Tours are typically 90 minutes. Please wear comfortable shoes. Tours are rain or shine.
In the late 19th and early 20th century, the North Slope of Beacon Hill was a neighborhood that was home to a large population of Jewish and Italian new immigrants. This tour focuses on the Jews of the North Slope, who lived an active Jewish life with three synagogues within a few blocks of each other, carrying customs of their old world with them even as they made changes to the new world around them.
Spaces are limited, so register early by clicking “Go.” Vilna walking tours sell out!
The Vilna Shul, Boston’s Center for Jewish Culture, is Boston’s only landmark historic Jewish building. Today, it serves as a modern-day cultural center and living museum in downtown Boston.+ More... - Less...
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