People of the Jewish faith have been living in Germany for 1700 years. For Germany and the Jewish community, 2021 is therefore a year of celebration, with representatives from many institutions taking part and marking the anniversary with numerous events throughout Germany for a whole year. With its new special exhibition “Places of Jewish Life in Harburg,” the Harburg City Museum is helping to bring to life the long and rich tradition of Jewish culture in Harburg.
During a curator guided tour, participants will have the opportunity to encounter Jewish history and learn more about the lives of Jewish people in Harburg.
Due to the pandemic conditions, all events are announced without guarantee. If an event cannot take place, each registered person will be notified by phone or email. All guests must wear medical mouth-to-nose protection during the event. Participation is only possible after a complete contact registration: full name, address, telephone number, e-mail address.
Harburg City Museum, Museumsplatz 2, 21073 Hamburg
The tour is free, only the admission to the museum is to be paid.
Registration required: +49 40 42871 2497
The event will be in German only.