Roots, Resilience, and Renewal

June 23 – June 30, 2019

History, Heritage, & Herring

October 11-21, 2019

Whether you have three hours, three days, or three weeks, Taube Jewish Heritage Tours is ready to offer you or your organization an extraordinary experience.
Taube Jewish Heritage Tours provides customized cultural tours that enable groups, families, and individuals to explore 1,000 years of Jewish life and its miraculous resurgence in today’s democratic Poland, more than 70 years after the Holocaust. 

The country’s historical sites, cultural offerings, and natural wonders promise a memorable journey. Taube Jewish Heritage Tours will also introduce you to some of the country’s movers and shakers in the fields of politics, international relations, the arts, media, and academia. Participants of all backgrounds who are interested in learning more about how Jewish religion and culture shaped Poland’s history and identity can expect a revelatory experience that will redefine their understanding of Polish Jewish history. Our guides will take you through the country’s key historical sites, cultural offerings and breathtaking countryside. Our innovative educational programs and extensive resources will connect participants with the people who are working to preserve Poland’s Jewish legacy and further the community’s future.

All tour participants can expect to experience meaningful meetings with community leaders, writers, politicians and Polish peers active in promoting and preserving Jewish heritage.


  • Community organizations (e.g., synagogues, JCCs, Federations)
  • University study tours for students, faculty, and university groups
  • Family legacy tours seeking to explore and uncover family roots, as well as celebrating b’nai mitzvot, weddings, birthdays, and anniversaries
  • Missions and delegations
  • Individual or small-group tours customized for Jewish groups or designed for secular audiences


  • Museum Without Walls; Partner: POLIN Museum
  • The Jews of Galicia; Partner: Galicia Jewish Museum
  • From the Shtetl to Modernity; Partner: Jagiellonian University
  • Living in Close Proximity to the Holocaust; Partner: Jagiellonian University