Jewish Miami Beach Tour

Miami Beach

4 - 4.5 hours

Have you heard that Eleanor Roosevelt used to order pickled herring from Grossinger hotel in South Beach? Did you know why did notorious Al Capone sent truckloads of flowers to the oldest Jewish restaurant in Miami Beach? Do you know why Jews could not live North of Fifth Street? If the answer is “no” - you would probably enjoy my tour.

Get ready to embark on a captivating journey through the vibrant history, culture, and rich contributions of the Jewish community in this sunny paradise.

We will travel through the enchanting streets of Miami Beach’s Jewish neighborhoods, particularly the iconic South Beach. It’s like stepping into a living, breathing mosaic of Jewish heritage. As you travel along, you’ll stumble upon breathtaking synagogues, museums, and thriving Jewish-owned businesses.

Time permitting, we can stop to get a bite to eat in one of the traditional Jewish delis along the Orthodox 41st Street corridor.


DAY 1 -

We will see the following places of interest and many more:
* Jewish Museum of Miami Beach (inside visit)
* South of Fifth neighborhood
* Holocaust Memorial
* Temple Emanu-El synagogue
* Eden Roc and Fontainebleau hotels
* Lincoln Road pedestrian area
* Cuban synagogue
* Wolfsonian Museum
* Ocean Drive
* 41st Street Orthodox corridor
and much more… .

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