You Saw it Online, Now See it in Person: Tours
All tickets must be booked online in advance. To find available time slots please book your tickets here
Please be aware that peak times for school bookings are 10am – 2pm Monday – Thursday. If you would like to visit when the Museum is quieter we suggest booking outside those times.
Book to join a Public Tour
Please note that this tour does include our Holocaust Gallery and may not be suitable for young children.
12 October @ 2.30 pm - 12 October @ 3.30 pm
Join us for a 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.
The Museum offers private tours to groups of up to 15 people for a set price of £250 per group.
Please note that all private tour slots are subject to availability and we recommend booking a month in advance.
Discover the history of Jews in Britain. From a medieval mikveh telling the story of the first Jewish community in Britain to photographs belonging to children who travelled on the Kindertransport, this tour explores many periods of migration.
Join us for a 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.
Discover our Judaica Gallery by looking at beautiful objects from Jewish Communities around the world. Learn how Jewish people have adapted and why traditions have evolved to create revealing differences.
Explore the highlights of the Jewish Museum London’s collection. Our collection covers over a thousand years of Jewish history and culture. Discover objects that tell of the long history of Jewish people in Britain and celebrate the diversity of Jewish culture. Highlights include our 17th century Italian Ark and our medieval mikveh.