The Jewish Museum was opened to celebrate Jewish life in all its diverse forms. Opened in 1932 by Alfred Rubens, Professor Cecil Roth and Wilfred Samuel, the museum aims to engage people from all walks of life, regardless of their faith or background. It takes visitors on a journey through the culture and experience of the Jewish community in Britain to understand its true heritage.
There are four permanent galleries to enjoy upon arrival, each one revealing different aspects of Jewish life in the UK. This features a recreation of the East End of London, and a collection of Jewish ceremonial art. In addition to the permanent displays, there are a number of special events and exhibitions that also take place during the year.
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Adult : £7.50
Child : £3.50
Senior Citizen: £6.50