- Jewish Museum of Rome
- The Great Synagogue
- The Spanish Synagogue
- Jewish Quarter
- 2.5 hours with a Jewish expert
- Tickets for the Jewish Museum of Rome
Yes, full-priced or reduced-price tickets will be added to your cart at check out.
Can we visit the Archives of the Jewish Community?
Yes, we can design a Custom Tour to include the archives and a tour of primary source materials such as prayer books of exiled Spanish Jews from the 1400s and lists of Jewish citizens of Rome from the 1930's pre-WW2 period. Call us to find out more.
Are there any other Jewish sites in Rome?
Yes, we can design Custom Tours which explore the history of Judaism in Rome at places like the Jewish Catacombs or the Ardeatine Caves or a tour of Jewish sites in Trastevere. Our guides are scholars in Roman Jewish history and can design something to meet your interests. Please contact us to find out how we can customize your time in Rome.
Brenda is a Latina and a proud Veteran of the United States Army Reserves. She holds dual citizenship in both the United States and Italy. She has earned a Bachelor’s degree in the History of Art and Architecture from DePaul University, as well as a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago. She has her certification in Jewish Leadership and continues higher education at the Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership in Chicago. Brenda is also a CPTA member and DCASE volunteer in the City of Chicago. She is also a licensed and accredited tour guide in the Jewish Museum of Rome and the Vatican Museums.
Yael is a native Roman and is a member of the Jewish Community of Rome and an official guide at the Jewish Museum. She studied History at Roma Tre University in Rome where she focused on international relations. At the Jewish Museum, she has participated in the creation of several exhibitions and catalogs about the Holocaust. She is passionate about the history and identity of her Community and has been leading tours at the Museum and the Jewish quarter since 2009.
Michelle is a member of the Jewish Community of Rome and is an official guide at the Jewish Museum of Rome. She studied Education Sciences at Roma Tre University where she focused on the relationship between literature and art, with a focus on museum education. She also studied Hebrew and Jewish studies focused especially on literature. She is passionate about sharing the Museum's collection with visitors from all over the world.