Jewish Museum - London


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Photograph of the History: A British Story gallery at the Jewish Museum London


We are open to all.

Our museum tells the story of the history and heritage of Jews in Britain through universal themes of migration, family, faith and culture. 

First time visiting? Don't miss our free introductory highlights tour every weekday at 12.30pm

What to Expect

Visit us and discover the history, culture and heritage of Jews in Britain from 1066 to the present day. 

Explore our four permanent galleries showcasing the vibrancy of Jewish life in Britain, including a recreation of London's East End and rare items from our Designated collection of Jewish ceremonial art. 

Don't miss our changing programme of displays in our two exhibition spaces, all included in the price of admission. 

Plus - take part in our fun events and activities for all the family!

Plan Your Visit

Opening Hours
Daily 10am - 5pm
(Friday 10am - 2pm)
Last entrance is 30 minutes before closing.

The museum is open on Bank Holidays but closed on 25 and 26 December, and 1 January. We are closed on 2-4 October 2016 for Rosh Hashanah and Wednesday 12 October for Yom Kippur . 

Admission Charges 
(includes entry to the permanent galleries and all temporary exhibitions)

Adults: £7.50*
Concessions: £6.50*
Child (5-16): £3.50
Family ticket: £18 for two adults and up to four children
Museum Friends and Under 5s: Free

*Prices include voluntary donation for Gift Aid purposes.

Group discount available for groups of 10 or more people.

Admission is free to the museum shop and café.

Free entry for

• National Art Pass holders
• Museums Association (MA) cardholders
• London Pass cardholders
• Carers