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The Great Synagogue of Stockholm

Wahrendorffsgatan 3B, Stockholm, Sweden
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Beautiful Synagogue

This is a magnificent synagogue. They got tours but you can also go on Shabbat and attend Friday... read more

Reviewed 19 September 2017
Michael F
Tel Aviv, Israel
A beautiful meaningful building, but the community is more important.

This is my synagogue, I am Friday evening sort of person, and believe it or not, I travel over... read more

Reviewed 14 September 2017
Martin D
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The Great Synagogue of Stockholm is simple yet beautiful. It provides good information on the history of the Jewish community in Sweden and Scandinavia, offering a sobering exhibit on World War II.
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Wahrendorffsgatan 3B, Stockholm, Sweden
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Reviewed 19 September 2017

This is a magnificent synagogue. They got tours but you can also go on Shabbat and attend Friday evening services. Highly recommended if you are interested in Jewish history.

1  Thank Michael F
Reviewed 14 September 2017

This is my synagogue, I am Friday evening sort of person, and believe it or not, I travel over 100Km in both directions to get there and home afterwards.. The building itself gives a sense of peace and belonging, the Kantor is just amazing, Isidoro...More

Thank Martin D
Reviewed 12 July 2017

Magnificent building constructed in 1860's and well-maintained. There are English-speaking tours at 11 am and noon several days a week, led by local synagogue leader. You get full history about the Swedish Jews from 1770's to present, including WWII era, so fee/donation of about $15...More

3  Thank Frances J
Reviewed 9 April 2017

Get there early doors, the queues go around the corner by the time the doors open. I got there at 9.30 and luckily was first through the doors. Wow, awesome, totally stunning but partly down to no tourists in front of me. Ten minutes later,...More

3  Thank Mollymaloney2
Reviewed 19 September 2016 via mobile

Beautiful on the inside. There is security on the outside which may hinder your entering during services. Outside is very interesting. Photo of Western Wall covers the courtyard wall. There is a kosher restaurant on the grounds.It is well worth a visit.

1  Thank Howbar
Reviewed 2 September 2016

Was fortunate enough to be in Stockholm on Shabbat and attend Friday night services. The congregation was warm and inviting. It was a great experience. Would definitely do it again!

1  Thank Mona A
Reviewed 25 August 2016

We loved the tour of the Great Synagogue of Stockholm. The synagogue is beautiful, and our wonderful tour guide Eva was knowledgeable and gave us great insight into the history of the the Jewish community in Stockholm and also what it's like today. Thank you!

1  Thank Jenny161
Reviewed 16 August 2016 via mobile

Absolutely stunning! We took a tour and received a comprehensive and enlightening history of both the Synagogue and the Swedish Jewish community overall. Would highly recommend attending. It's about an hour long and well worth it!

2  Thank MMCeliacDad
Reviewed 29 July 2016

very close to the vasal museum and the old city. we saw it only from outside and we visited also the monument of the holocost victims that are related to the citizens of sweden.

Thank arina1836
Reviewed 9 July 2016

We visited the Temple when they had a regularly scheduled English tour. The tour guide was excellent. She not only showed us the beautiful building but gave us tremendous insight into the Jewish community in Stockholm.

Thank harv_8
Norrmalm is Stockholm’s most central and busiest
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15 August 2017|
Response from barrymichaelf |
yes, check the times but book in advance and provide your passport number
30 May 2017|
Response from Mollymaloney2 | Reviewed this property |
I did not book a tour, I went early and bought my entrance tickets from the booking office by the front door.
Janice P
28 August 2016|
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Response from arina1836 | Reviewed this property |
we came with a bus tour, the synagoge was closed but we heare about it from our tour guide and we visited also the holocaust memorial