Wartime Jewish Ghetto Walking Tour

Tour Description

From wealthy merchants to persecuted refugees, the Jewish Community in Shanghai witnessed its own set of trials and triumphs during its fascinating history.This walking tour will visit the climax of that history, when over 40,000 Jews fled to Shanghai to escape persecution prior to and during WWII, only to face a new set of challenges once the Japanese took control of Shanghai, confining the refugees within a Jewish Ghetto.Now 80 years later, on this walking tour, we will dive into the fascinating lives of this little-known community and experience the legacy that this embattled community has imprinted on Shanghai.comprehensive tour.

Meeting Time

2 PM Every Saturday & Sunday *Look for our WildLeap sign to find us! *Suggest arriving 5-10 min earlier. *By booking only.

What's Included

Tickets for the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum; A cup of local milk tea

Meeting Point

Dalian Road Metro Station (Line 4/12), Exit 4 Address: 535 Dalian Road near Kunming Road, across from the Continental Building In Chinese: 大连路地铁站4号口(4/12号线),大连路535号靠近昆明路

Ending Point

Near Tilanqiao Metro Station(line 12)



10% discount for our Free Walking Tour participants!
January 2021
Payment Options

We will gladly accept online payment in the methods below, as well as cash or cheque in person.

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