The Jewish Museum London closed to all visitors on 30 July in order to progress plans for a new Future Museum in a more prominent location. Over 400 people came along for a packed day of baking sessions in the community learning kitchen, behind the scenes tours, object handling from the collections and family crafts.
Grete Glauber’s article, “My First Impression of England, ” is one of the many artefacts that caught my attention during my Collections Placement at the Jewish Museum London. Her positive tone […]
• Current building to close this Summer as Board develops plans for new museum fit for the future, in more prominent location
• Activity will continue online and in temporary venues as part of transition plan – with more details to be announced in due course
• Board’s decision also reflects the need to make the museum more sustainable into the future.
• Centenary vision to develop a new museum to engage a wider audience with the rich heritage, creativity & hospitality of Jewish culture
The Jewish Museum London wishes to congratulate His Majesty King Charles III on the occasion of his coronation on 6 May.
His Majesty has been Patron of the Jewish Museum London since 2008 when we became His Majesty’s first patronage of a Jewish Community organisation with a remit in the United Kingdom. This long standing relationship reflects King Charles’s deep commitment to promoting and preserving British Jewish Heritage and the Jewish faith.