Experience Copenhagen from the perspective of a Jewish community that dates to 1622. You’ll see city landmarks and learn about the important role Jews have had in Danish culture and history with visits to Mindelunden, the park that honors resistance fighters, the Danish Jewish Museum by renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, the Round Tower with Hebrew inscriptions, the Copenhagen Synagogue, and the Church of the Holy Trinity where Torah scrolls were hidden during World War II.
• Ryvangen Memorial Park: Visit Mindelunden, the beautiful park honoring Danish freedom fighters who perished at the hands of Nazis.
• Danish Jewish Museum: See paintings, textiles, films and more from four centuries of Jewish life in Denmark.
• Round Tower: Stop by the oldest working observatory in Europe whose construction was inspired by Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Cash/credit cards
• Sun protection
What to Wear:
• Walking shoes
• Guests must be able to walk approximately one mile over uneven and cobblestone surfaces, with steps at each venue and up to 60 steps at the Museum of Danish Resistance.
• Tour does not operate during Monday port visits.