Our Friends enjoy a fantastic range of benefits at the museum including free admission to exhibitions and selected events, invitations to Private Views and discount in the shop and café.
As a Friend you will receive:
- Free unlimited admission to the museum for a year.
- Free admission to curator-led tours, annual lectures and other selected events.
- Invitations to Private Views of major exhibitions.
- Invitation to the annual Friends party.
- Friends e-newsletter.
- Priority booking for selected events.
- 10% discount in the museum’s shop and café.
Support the Museum by Becoming a Friend
As a registered charity we rely on your generosity to deliver our award-winning learning programmes and our critically acclaimed exhibitions. By becoming a Friend you’ll be helping us to bring the history, identity and culture of Jews in Britain to life for people of all ages, faiths and backgrounds.
What your membership supports
As a Friend of the museum you contribute essential core funds which enable us to continue our work – from our award-winning learning programmes to our exhibitions and the care and conservation of our unique collections.
Our Learning Programme
The Jewish Museum is an amazing resource for school groups. As well as inspiring a sense of discovery and creativity, our wide-ranging, cross-curricular workshops encourage students of all backgrounds and faiths to explore Jewish culture, heritage and faith as part of the wider story of Britain.
We have an extensive programme of workshops for both Primary and Secondary schools which runs across the whole of the school year.
The museum holds a vibrant programme of special exhibitions throughout the year. Previous exhibitions include Moses, Mods and Mr Fish: The Menswear Revolution, Blood and Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait.
We also house four permanent galleries, displaying films, objects, photography and hands-on exhibits. These collections educate people of all backgrounds and faiths in British Jewish heritage, identity and culture.
Our world-class collections of Judaica and Jewish social history incorporate ceremonial art, prints and drawings, objects reflecting everyday home and working life, and photographic and oral history archives.