Pick up from your hotel in midtown Shanghai -- Huoshan Park -- Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum -- Cafe Atlantic -- Mascot Roof Garden -- Former Site Of Jewish Refugees Shelter -- Transferred back to your hotel in midtown Shanghai.
It was built in 1917 and formally known as Wayside Park. Inside the park stands a monument in commemoration of the "Designated Area for Stateless Refugees”.
The buildings at 71-95 Huoshan Road and 1-81 Zhoushan Road, built in the late1920s, are adjacent to one another in the classic European style.
Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum
The museum consists of three parts:the former site of Ohel Moshe Synagogue and two exhibition halls.
The former site of Cafe Atlantic is located at 127 Haimen Road. It was run by a Jewish refugee, and Jewish musicians were often invited to give performances there.
Mascot Roof Garden
The former site of Mascot Roof Garden is Located at the top of the Broadway Theater, 57 Huoshan Road. It was a famous gathering place for Jewish refugees.
The Former Site of Jewish refugees shelter
After 1939, seven shelters were set up to provide assistance to the Jewish refugees throughout the city of Shanghai.The largest one,sheltering over 1000 refugees, was inside lane 138 on Changyang Road.