Hidden Gems of the Jewish District, Berlin: Legacy and Memories [QUEST IN TEST MODE]

(2 ratings)
Created by
Ben Schmid
Play a city exploration game and discover the local sights of Berlin’s Jewish residents before and during WWII. Crack codes and solve riddles in order to unlock unique stories; from reconstructed synagogues and churches to memorials, you’ll learn a lot about Berlin’s once-thriving Jewish community.

Are you ready to explore another side of Berlin?
  • No booking needed. Just download the app, add it to your quests and start playing.

Places you will visit


It will take you

109-139 mins

You will walk

5910 steps

Total distance

4.5 km


Starting point

Wasserturm Prenzlauer Berg

Know before you go

  • Quest available in English
  • This quest has 14 challenges
  • Best during the day
  • Instagrammable
  • Best for couples
  • Recommended activity for families


The year is 1991; the great city of Berlin is coming to terms with the bloodshed of the last century. Memories seep from every inch of concrete.

Your name is Asher Jarach. Born in Berlin, you have lived in Canada since you escaped Germany in 1944.

A week ago you got an email from Mendel, your best friend in the years leading up to the outbreak of war in Europe. To find peace, Mendel is visiting Berlin. Your mission is to re-trace the steps of your youth and meet your friend.
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Discover new places

As you walk and tour around the city, you will visit new cool places.

Solve puzzles, crack riddles

You will test your wits and exploring abilities with fun challenges.

Learn fun history

Each place comes with its own bit of history that you’ll discover as you walk.


Put yourself in the shoes of a famous fictional character and play out their story.


(2 ratings)

Ilze Bergmane

Sep 2021
some directions were not clear, had to use the map. especially one towards emd about going opposite direction on the street (had to go same direction) and the last one directions to reach the park were unclear

Patricia Muresan

Aug 2021
The quest had misleading directions (going to the first cemetery, finding the head on the building, the use of the phrase " end of the street" inconsistently). It could've been shorter and more enjoyable if the directions between stops were clearer. The puzzles and the places were great and fun !