Jewish Museum London

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The Jewish Museum in London explores Jewish culture, heritage and identity. The museum tells the story of Jewish life in Britain through an array of collections, exhibitions, events and educational activities.

The Jewish Museum’s mission is to promote cultural diversity and engage all audiences, irrespective of background and faith, in the history of Jews in Britain. Don’t miss its exhibitions about everything from fashion to photography and popular culture, and visit the shops for books, gifts and greeting cards.

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Prices and Opening Times
Adult Ticket: £7.50 (USD9.19) per ticket
Child Ticket: £3.50 (USD4.29) per ticket
Family Ticket: £18.00 (USD22.06) per ticket
Concession Ticket: £6.50 (USD7.97) per ticket

Family tickets cover 2 adults and up to 4 children.

Museum Friends and Under 5s enter free.

Free entry for: Art Fund cardholders, Museums Association (MA) cardholders, London Pass cardholders, Carers.

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Opening Times:

Daily: 10:00 - 17:00 (Friday closes at 14:00)

The museum is open on Bank Holidays but closed on 1 January, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and 25 and 26 December. The kosher cafe is closed on Saturdays.

Venue Details & Map

Jewish Museum London

Raymond Burton House
129-131 Albert Street
+44 (0)20 7284 7384
Yelp Reviews

4.0 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Jewish Museum London

2.0 out of 5 24 January 2015
by Lila W.

I really wanted to give this museum a great review because, from what I've seen, it looks absolutely lovely. Unfortunately, when I went to visit on Boxing Day in December, I found that the building was locked and there was no notice about changes in opening times or when I might be able to get in. I had checked the website prior to departing to see if they would be open and found a notice...more

5.0 out of 5 3 December 2013
by Sarah B.

Absolutely fabulous! What a gem to find in Camden....just one of many of course.

This museum was great for me being a Jew and my husband (newlyweds) the non-Jew.

It answered a lot of questions he'd been asking about holidays, custom, history and more specifically Jews in London.

I adored the collection of menorahs, chabbat candle holders, and my personal favorite---a little room decorated to...more

4.0 out of 5 30 July 2013
by Natalie P.

I went here at the weekend to see the Amy Winehouse exhibition and was really impressed. All of the staff that we spoke to and dealt with were really friendly, helpful and polite.

The exhibition is on the third floor so we headed there first and it was very moving and touching and laid out well.

On departure, we then decided to walk to the second level and check out the permanent...more

5.0 out of 5 6 September 2011
by Bruce K.

Who are the Jews? What is Judaism? What do Jews believe in? What are the Jewish holidays and how are they celebrated? Great informative displays on the ground floor with detail and interactive video. Quite instructive.

On the first floor, details on Jewish persecution through the ages, starting as early as the "Blood libel" in the 11th Century, leading through the centuries of properties and...more

4.0 out of 5 9 January 2011
by Yiting S.

'My favourite dish is mom's chicken soup.' as the film on 8 screens unfolds the 10 ordinary Jews' life in London: a journalist, a smoked salmon producer, a taxi driver... I am charmed.

Walking into the modern building as if I went backwards thousands of years to the holy land. It started off with the strict security check (much like living in Israel nowadays) yet the historical ritual bath...more

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