Ireland for Jewish travelers

Ireland has a small but unique Jewish community with a rich past, a vibrant present and an exciting future. Ireland is renowned for the warm welcome given to visitors, expressed in the Irish expression, Céad Mile Fáilte - A hundred thousand welcomes! and in the Jewish community this is no different.

Dublin

For cruise passengers, we provide a tour of Dublin which includes highlights of the city plus sites of Jewish Heritage:

  • Synagogue
  • Jewish Museum. 
  • Former home of Rabbi Dr. Isaac Herzog, first Chief Rabbi of Ireland, and father of Dr. Chaim Herzog (Outside). Plaque on wall
  • Holocaust Memorial at Terenure Synagogue Grounds
  • If time permits, visit The Weingreen Museum of Biblical Antiquities in Trinity College Dublin. It received its present title in 1977 in recognition of Professor Weingreen’s contribution to the creation of the museum. Professor Weingreen was Erasmus Smith’s Professor of Hebrew at Trinity College Dublin between 1939 and 1979.

For clients traveling by land outside of Dublin:

Cork  

  • Shalom ParkOpened in 1989 in the area formerly known as ‘Jewstown’.
  • Trinity Pedestrian Bridge Opened in 1977 by the first Jewish Lord Mayor of Cork, Alderman Gerald Goldberg. Known affectionately to locals as ‘Passover Bridge’.
  • The Cork Cemetery contains the graves of Jewish passengers from both the Lusitania, torpedoed 7th May 1916, and from planes downed over the Atlantic.

Food

We can provide kosher food with advance notice throughout Ireland for clients who booked sightseeing and accommodations with us.