Synagogue History

Established 1892

Built in 1892 in the heart of the historical Jewish neighborhood “Orta Mezar” and on a walking distance from the modern city center and its famous marketplace.


During the years the synagogue in Plovdiv was the most important pillar of Jewishness in the city and a trademark for Plovdiv’s tolerance and respect to all religions. Zion synagogue hosted David Ben Gurion and Chaim Weizman in 1947.


The revival of the Plovdiv synagogue began in 1996 by a number of Plovdiv youths inspired by their roots and history. The synagogue was fully renovated in 2003 with funds raised by the U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad and the Hanadiv Charitable Foundation.

Working Hours

After a prescheduled visit

Soon Daily Work Hours

Saturday & Sunday

After a pre-scheduled visit


(+359) 883401840 (WhatsApp, Viber)



Plovdiv 4003
Eliezer Kalev str. №6

Synagogue Visit and Tour

The synagogue is open on High holidays and Kabbalat Shabbat services.

We are available for visiting groups and tourists (please write us a message at least 1 day before your visit in the Sign Up form or via WhatsApp).

*If you are a private tourist please register online for a visit and take a valid
passport or ID card with you.

People without a valid passport or ID card will not be permitted to enter the complex.

You can also book a Secret Jewish Tour of Plovdiv online from here or at


Entrance Fee for the Synagogue

Adult: 2 lv.  

Children below the age of 7: free entrance


Participation fee for the Secret Jewish Tour of Plovdiv (partner organization) 

Adult: 20 lv.

Student or a senior: 15 lv.

Children below the age of 7: free admission