Oxford Jewish Tours
Oxford has one of the best documented medieval Jewish quarters in the world and the story of the Jews in Oxford is an integral and fascinating part of the history of the Jews of England. Learn about Jewish life in the city before the expulsion of 1290, come up to date with the story of the Jews since the 1655 re-admission and find out about the great Jewish contribution to Oxford University since Jewish students were accepted at the end of the 19th century. Please take a look at the OJC's Oxford Jewish Heritage website at www.oxfordjewishheritage.co.uk
Oxford Jewish Heritage Guided Tours
Two Oxford Jewish Heritage tour guides are available for group bookings of up to 25 people, or for custom tailored individual private tours.
Victoria Bentata Azaz, a registered Oxford Green Badge Guide conducts an excellent two hour walking tour encompassing Oxford’s Jewish heritage from the medieval period right up to the present day. Victoria can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org or via www.oxfordcitywalks.co.uk
Pam Manix, has worked as a historian on the medieval Oxford Jewish quarter and conducts a more specific tour of ‘Oxford’s Remarkable Medieval Jewry’- one of the best documented medieval Jewish quarters in the world. The tour begins with a 30-minute talk with maps and images orienting the Jewry within the medieval city of Oxford, before setting out on a walking tour of the Jewry. Pam can be contacted at email@example.com or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Oxford Jewish Heritage Self Guided Tour