FROM COMES HENEL TO IZSÁK SCHULHOF - THE HISTORY OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF BUDA FROM THE FOUNDING OF THE CITY TO ITS RECONQUEST IN 1686
Led by the colleague of the Castle Museum, archaeologist Ágoston Takács, this tour introduces visitors to the history of the medieval and early modern Jewish communities of Buda by presenting the spaces of everyday life of 15 generations including the Jewish streets and houses of prayer as well as the ritual bath. The presentation takes place in the Medieval Jewish Prayer House at Táncsics Mihály Street 26, where a couple of Hebrew inscriptions were discovered on the walls in 1964. Today the house serves as both an exhibition space and a place of worship.
Please note that the tour is in Hungarian.
You can attend the tour by registering on the following link and by purchasing a regular museum ticket. Full-price tickets are valid for one month after purchase for a visit either to the Kiscell Museum or the Aquincum Museum.
REGISTRATION FORM AND TICKET INFORMATION