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Pinkas Synagogue – Prague Jewish Quarter

Visit the synagogue serving as a vital educational resource and a solemn place of remembrance, ensuring the voices of those lost are never forgotten.

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Pinkas Synagogue – Prague Jewish Quarter
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A visit to the Pinkas Synagogue in Prague's Jewish Quarter is a deeply moving and essential experience for anyone exploring the city's past. As the second oldest preserved synagogue in Prague, the Pinkas Synagogue stands as a testament to centuries of Jewish heritage and resilience. Built in the late Gothic style in 1535 by Aaron Meshulam Horowitz, a prominent figure in the Prague Jewish Community, the synagogue holds a significant place in the hearts of locals and visitors alike. 

Restored to its original form between 1950 and 1954, the Pinkas Synagogue underwent a profound transformation in the following years. From 1955 to 1960, it was turned into a poignant memorial to the nearly 80,000 Jewish victims of the Shoah from the Czech lands. The memorial inside is a solemn tribute that honors the memory of those who perished in the Holocaust. Through various displays, the synagogue bears witness to the unimaginable suffering endured by countless individuals and families during this dark chapter of history.

One of the most impactful exhibitions is Children's Drawings from the Terezín Ghetto. This touching display focuses on the fate of Jewish children incarcerated in the Terezín ghetto during World War II, showcasing drawings created by the young prisoners between 1942 and 1944. These poignant artworks offer a glimpse into the innocence and resilience of children facing incomprehensible adversity, serving as a powerful reminder of the human cost of war and persecution.

You’ll also discover Journeys with No Return: The Deportation of Jews from the Czech Lands, 1939-1945, an outdoor exhibition documenting the deportations of Jews from the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia to ghettos, concentration camps and extermination camps in German-occupied Eastern Europe. Through photographs, documents and real-life stories, this exhibition sheds light on the harrowing experiences of those forcibly removed from their homes and sent to their tragic fates.

A visit to the Pinkas Synagogue is not only an opportunity to pay homage to the victims of the Holocaust but also a chance to reflect on the resilience and strength of the human spirit in the face of such adversity.

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Getting in

Have your pass scanned at one of the following locations in the Jewish Quarter, to collect a Prague Jewish Quarter ticket to visit all the other included Prague Jewish Quarter attractions.

Information and Reservation Centre: Maiselova 38/15, 110 00, Prague 1
Pinkas synagogue: Široká 3, 110 00, Prague 1
Spanish synagogue: Vězeňská 1, 110 00, Prague 1
High synagogue: Červená 98, 110 00 Prague 1 (opposite the Old-New synagogue)

For more information please see the Pinkas Synagogue website.

For more information please see the Pinkas Synagogue website.

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Operating hours

Summer season 
Sunday to Friday: 9AM – 6PM

Winter season
Sunday to Friday 9AM – 4:30PM

Closings & holidays


Jewish holidays - 23rd April, 24th April, 29th April, 30th April, 12th June, 13th June, 3rd October, 4th October, 12th October, 17th October, 18th, October, 24th October and 25th October.

Pinkas Synagogue – Prague Jewish Quarter


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