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Rhodes Jewish Museum

Dissiadou & Simiou Streets, Rhodes Town 85100, Greece
+30 2241 022364
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Interesting and moving

A fascinating collection giving insight into the suffering endured by many. It helps to keep an... read more

Reviewed September 13, 2015
Have a rest and a moment for contemplation

Beautiful place away from the bustle. Have a favor for your mind and think about history and... read more

Reviewed August 31, 2015
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Dissiadou & Simiou Streets, Rhodes Town 85100, Greece
+30 2241 022364
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Reviewed September 13, 2015

A fascinating collection giving insight into the suffering endured by many. It helps to keep an ancient culture alive.

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Reviewed August 31, 2015

Beautiful place away from the bustle. Have a favor for your mind and think about history and humanity in this secluded place

1  Thank patanete
Reviewed August 29, 2015

When we arrived with friends and children, we were welcomed by Samuel who did his Bar Mitzvah in Auschwitz. Samuel explained us the history of the Rhodes community and his personal fate. We were all in tears. The small museum is nice and well presented....More

2  Thank HariSeldon55
Reviewed August 26, 2015

This is very small museum, just a few rooms behind a Jewish Synagogue. We can see the history of Rhodos Jews, with a lot of great photos and documents, definitely worth to visit.

1  Thank jedrus7
Reviewed June 25, 2015 via mobile

Enjoyed visiting the museum and speaking to the lone survivor of the community. He is so inspiring. Also read about the long rich history of the community.

1  Thank Gbonwitt
Reviewed June 24, 2015 via mobile

There were once six synagogues in the Jewish Quarter. The sole remaining synagogue is this one built circa 1577. The Jewish community in Rhodes had a history dating back to ancient times. The Kahal Shalom synagogue is a must stop to get a glimpse of...More

4  Thank Jwr4
Reviewed June 16, 2015

After visiting the Synagogue it is worth taking a look at the adjacent museum. It provides much insight into the Jewish community of Rhodes which peaked at 4,000 and can now be numbered In the tens. WWII was particularly de sating as in other parts...More

2  Thank John_MtEden
Reviewed May 13, 2015

A well constructed and presented history of the life and times of the Jews who lived in Rhodes over many years.

2  Thank RodBush
Reviewed January 8, 2015 via mobile

This museum is hidden in a part of old town making it a must visit location. The synagogue alone is a wonderful place to visit, making the contents of this place true gems. Reading the history of the Jewish community in Rhodes was an important...More

1  Thank Nancy A
Reviewed November 6, 2014

Tucked away in a little side street this museum is worth a visit. It details the history of Jews on the island and names all those taken away in the holocaust. It's quite a moving experience to read all their names and view all the...More

2  Thank Buffy62
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Is the Synagogue and Museum open on Saturday?
April 29, 2017|
Response from jcrh0des | Property representative |
The Synagogue and the Museum are open every day from 10.00 to 15.00 EXCEPT Saturday.
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Please send me walking directions from the cruise terminal. I will be visiting on 4/19/17 on the NCL Spirit. Thanks. Andy
March 5, 2017|
Response from jcrh0des | Property representative |
Dear Mrs Andy, Thank you for your interest to visit our Synagogue-Museum .We are in a walking distance from the port where the cruise ship docks.We are off the Street of the Jewish Martyrs ( Martiron Evreon). We are on... More
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Charles E
Can we get a guided tour on site? Or would we need to book a tour in advance? What are the Costs?
March 1, 2017|
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Response from Maria P | Reviewed this property |
Tour is not necessary. You can ask the people who work there about the history and they are more than willing to explain