Jewish Museum London is currently closed to the public in keeping with current government restrictions. We are currently following advice from Public Health England. Read our full statement.


As of 1 April 2020, the Jewish Museum London will be introducing two temporary practical measures: the Museum will be closed on Saturdays and the cafe will be closed. In the meantime, the cafe will be maintained and visitors are encouraged to bring in their own fish-vegetarian food and drink to relax in a warm, welcoming space.

On the ground floor is our bright and airy café that serves delicious food and drink to refresh and relax you.

Opening hours: 10am-4.30pm (except Friday – 10am-1.30pm)

The café operates a fish-vegetarian menu that includes fresh bagels, seasonal soups and tasty cakes supplied by The Spence Bakery – an independent family run business who specialise in high-quality bread and bakes.

We have a selection of cold and hot drinks including Primrose Hill Teas and Redemption Roasters coffee.

Around the walls of the café is a changing photography exhibition for you to enjoy, each photo comes from our collection and has a small description. Children can get hands-on in our activity zone and enjoy arts and crafts inspired by our exhibitions.

The café is free to access for all visitors and vegetarian packed lunches may be consumed here. We have high chairs for children and free drinking water available at all times. Relax and escape the hustle and bustle of Camden Town.

Please note: the café does not operate under Kosher supervision.

Download a sample menu [PDF]