Events for 21 September - 19 November
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Peer behind-the-scenes of the Jewish Museum in this virtual tour and discover important objects from our stores.Find out more »
Join Emma and Eliana from the Learning and Engagement Team for a special extended version of our public object talks. This event is exclusively for Friends and Volunteers.Find out more »
In the first of our series of guest Object Talks, join volunteer Neville to find about more about an 18th century shofar and why the shofar is so important at this time of year.Find out more »
Explore one object in the collection through guided meditation to help inspire mindfulness on the theme of Rosh Hashanah.Find out more »
Join us for a special edition of our weekly quiz to celebrate Yom Kippur! This streamed live on Facebook and will test your knowledge of all things related to this important festival. Good luck!Find out more »
Join us for a special edition of our weekly Families Live: Museum Mornings, to celebrate Rosh HaShanah! Explore this photograph of a Rosh HaShanah meal and find out more about what foods are eaten on Rosh HaShanah.Find out more »
Join us for our weekly live object talk. This week we will be exploring an engraving by Butterworth and Heath, original by Simeon Solomon, that depicts a Yom Kippur service.Find out more »
Join us for a virtual tour revealing Black History and Black Jewish History in the collection.
From the role of ‘blackness’ in Holy Texts to some of the ancient Jewish communities of Africa, we will be exploring the many ways in which race is portrayed through religion.
Led by Learning Officer Shereen Hunte, you will get the opportunity to learn and see some of the rare and unique objects in our collection.
This tour will be delivered via Zoom and bookings will close at 3.30pm on the 5th October.Find out more »
Learn more about the beliefs and practices behind key Jewish festivals across a range of backgrounds.Find out more »
Learn more about the role of Prayer in Jewish daily life.Find out more »