Jewish Museum London closed to the public on Wednesday 18 March 2020. We are currently following advice from Public Health England. Read our full statement.

Update on Reopening Our Doors

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Jewish Museum London closed to the public on Wednesday 18 March 2020.

We have been following Public Health England’s guidance on Coronavirus (COVID-19), and while some restrictions have been eased, our priority remains the safety and wellbeing of our staff, volunteers and visitors. We are mindful that people of all generations and all faiths come to our building to enjoy and learn, and we cannot reopen our doors until we can ensure everybody’s safety.

Although our Museum is currently closed to visitors, our staff continue to work remotely and provide an exciting programme of events and activities via our website, email newsletters, social media channels and community partners. Schools are invited to join our Virtual Classrooms.

We continue to monitor Public Health England guidance closely and look forward to reopening at an appropriate time and welcoming you to our Museum.