The Jewish Museum works to make our collections and exhibitions accessible to all visitors. If you have any questions about accessibility or would like to discuss how we can assist you on your visit please call us on 020 7283 7384 or email [email protected]
There is full physical access to all public areas (including galleries, education spaces, shop, café and auditorium).
- Accessible lift serving all floors of the Jewish Museum London
- Accessible lavatories are available on most floors
- A wheelchair which can be booked for use within the museum
- Services available for visitors with hearing impairments:
Tickets are £6.50 with a donation or £5.50 without a donation for visitors with disabilities.
Carers are admitted free.
Our museum is located on Albert Street. Whilst our museum does not have any parking spaces, visitors with a blue badge guide are able to park on Albert Street.
Access for assistance dogs is allowed in all areas of the gallery.
Download our guide book for further details on access at the museum
Download our access policy to find out more about the museum’s policies regarding access for visitors, volunteers and staff.
Information for Visitors with Hearing Impairment
An induction loop runs through the Welcome Gallery, Auditorium and permanent gallery spaces. Users should switch their hearing aid to T mode and as they approach sound coming through in-built speakers it will pick up the amplification.
We can provide BSL interpreters for some events and family days. Please get in touch for more information.
Information for Visitors with Autism Spectrum Condition
A relaxed morning during the school holiday for children with ASC or other social communication conditions, their siblings, parents and carers. Free admission.
- Enjoy early opening and a dedicated space at the museum from 9 am.
- Benefit from reduced noise levels in the galleries
- Relax in our Chill Out Zone
- For further information about the next Curious Explorers morning and to register your interest, please email [email protected]
Information for Visitors with Dementia
Our staff have received training to become Dementia Friends and are on hand if you need any support throughout your visit.
Our Curious Minds workshops are tailored to the needs of people living with dementia and their carers. We can bring our workshops to your Care Home or Dementia Café or we can run them at our museum. To book or to find our more please email [email protected]
Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) we are pausing on delivering Curious Minds workshops for now. If you would like more information about booking a Curious Minds session for June 2020 onwards, please contact [email protected].
Mental Health Awareness
We aim to provide a welcoming and safe space for everyone. We have Mental Health First Aiders who are available to support you in your visit.
Please note our temporary exhibition Charlotte Salomon: Life? or Theatre? contains sensitive material which some visitors may find upsetting. If you would like more information about the content of the exhibition please email [email protected]
We welcome visits from SEND schools. Please email [email protected] to discuss how we can tailor our workshops to the specific needs of our groups.
Our Access for All Trolley is available during your workshop with resources to support students during their visit.
More information can be found here: https://jewishmuseum.org.uk/schools/plan-your-visit/location-prices-and-policies/access/
Volunteers, Interns and Work Experience
We welcome volunteer, internship and work experience placements from adults with additional needs. Please email [email protected]museum.org.uk to discuss our current opportunities.