We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We opted to have a guided tour, as we don’t know much Dutch. Simon provided an excellent tour through the synagogue, beginning with a bit of history about the building, then progressing through a discussion of a Jewish Shabbat service (as it remains a working...More
An opportunity to be able to visit this building. The information available was quite detailed and I was free to wander around this active place of worship. Guides were available but the timing of my visit did not enable me to take advantage.
We checked out the building as part of the World Press Photojournalism Awards display. The display only utilized 2/3 of the ground floor. The building is a wonderful arabesque synogogue modeled on the Great Synogogue in Berlin. A demonstration of the importance of the Sephardic...More
Quite interesting architectural style with a very serene and warm surrounding. Interior elements of decorations and artifacts are very interesting and intriguing. Definetly a must see while in the Old Town.
We saw this as we were walking by and decide to go in. It was very interesting. I wish we would have been there in time for the tour. It was very interesting. The staff very nice and helpful. We learned some things from reading...More