Jewish City Tours

Jewish Oslo City Guide

Welcome to Jewish City Tours.

We offer specialized walking tours in Oslo, guiding you or your group on a tour you'll never forget.

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Jewish history in Norway is short and marginal compared to European Jewish history. The Norwegian Constitution of 1814 banned Jews from entering the country, a constitutional clause that was not amended until 1851. Oslo had a vital Jewish community before WWII, and still has a small, but active Jewish population.

The professionally guided walking tours, including public transportation, will bring you to:

  • the Grünerløkka area where most of the early Jewish immigrants settled before the war
  • the old Jewish Cemetery
  • the Oslo Jewish Museum, established in a former synagogue
  • some of the many “Stolpersteine”, commemorating the Jews who perished in Auschwitz
  • the Oslo Synagogue and the Jewish Community Center


This is what some of our customers say about our guided tours.

Just wanted to thank you again for the wonderful tour. We so enjoyed being with you and hearing your stories. The morning was just filled with highlights that will leave a lasting impression of our visit here. Thank you so much.
Jan and Denny (NY)

A very interesting and educational tour.
N.  Bloch


Thank you so much for a very interesting and great guiding, both at Grunerløkka and at the museum. Everyone was very excited!

Stine with an American tourist group


Thank you for a wonderful and interesting trip through Oslo’s streets and the Jewish history. We all really appreciated it!

Håkon w/ family