Kazimierz Golfcart Metatour
At first glance, Krakow’s district of Kazimierz feels like a paradise of trendy bars, cute cafes and classy restaurants emanating from the remnants of the city’s Jewish past. But there’s also a concealed Jewish Kazimierz, full of magnificent and tragic history, as well as a complicated present afflicted by gentrification, mass tourism and questionable representations of Jewish culture. FestivALT, a local Jewish arts collective, takes you on a unique critically-minded tour in a golf cart that will open the door to exploring the complications, nuances, and cultural confusion of contemporary Kazimierz.
Tours take place on October 10 - 13th, 10AM - 6PM. Tour tickets can be purchased via Going (35 PLN). The tours are not covered by any of the passes.
Conceived by FestivALT
Written by Michael Rubenfeld and Adam Schorin
Sound Design by Alex Roth
Tour begins at the entrance of the New Jewish Cemetery at Miodowa 55 (by the tunnel)
Tours are available in English only.
Tours are supported by the The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation.