How Long is Rosh Hashanah?

Rosh Hashanah is one day long and signifies the Jewish New Year (also known as ‘Head of the Year’). This is a time in the Jewish religion to begin looking back at the previous year and make some improvements, as well as set new goals for themselves and families. A common tradition is to eat apple slices dipped in honey, which is a symbol of having a sweet new year.