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The museum is packed full of hands-on, interactive displays and fun activities; perfect for families to explore together.
We have high chairs, baby-changing spaces and lift access to all our galleries to make your visit comfortable and enjoyable.
Things to do during your visit
Explore our hands-on permanent galleries. Dress up in a wedding outfit, play our great migration board game and sing in our Yiddish Theatre karaoke booth.
Visit our family-friendly café and enjoy delicious bagels and other Jewish food. Take part in colouring and puzzle activities in our cafe's Activity Zone.
Don't miss our family favourite objects and interactives
Look out for our family events and workshops.
Stop by our shop and buy a fun souvenir of your visit.
Ideas and tips for under 5s
Check out our fun family workshops every second Sunday of each month.
Get crafty in the Activity Zone in our cafe
Use a magnifying glass to find the animals in our Judaism Gallery
Put the medieval jug back together and match up the items in the pedlar's basket in our History Gallery
Ideas and tips for 6+
Try on Jewish items used in prayer, and play and learn with our synagogue model
Check out our series of interactive and fun How To ... workshops
Try our family military trail
Family activities every weekend
Get hands on in our spoken word workshop for 6-16 years
A relaxed morning for children with autism and other social communication conditions
Get hands on in our dance workshop for 6-16 years
Fun, hands-on cooking classes for 0-5 years
14/08/2017 - 17/08/2017
A four-day filmmaking workshop for those aged 12 to 16
Get hands on in our singing and songwriting workshop for 6-16 years
Get hands on in our photography workshop for 6-16 years
Get hands on in our sewing workshop for 6-16 years
Enjoy Sephardi folk tales, learn how to belly dance, and design a tile
Pose for a portrait in our fun pop-up studio for 0-5 years
Develop your photography skills as part of an interfaith photography project for young people