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Jewish Museum Tickets, London

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Jewish Museum Tickets highlights

  • Travel to the ancient history of the British Jewish community and their struggle as you explore the renowned Jewish Museum in London

  • See various exhibitions while roaming around the museum and have a glimpse of artifacts, paintings & pictures showcasing Jewish culture

  • Know about the origination of Jewish people from different parts of the world and their significance in Britain as you visit 'History: A British Story' exhibition

  • Learn about the life journey of Leon Greenman, British anti-fascism campaigner by watching various antiquities in the The Holocaust Gallery

  • Visit the exhibition 'Judaism: A Living Faith' and marvel at the splendid collection of ceremonial artwork of the Jewish community in the galleries

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Jewish Museum London
Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, London NW1 7NB, UK

Jewish Museum Tickets cancellation_policy

  • If cancellation are made 30 days before the date of travel then 25.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 1 days to 30 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
INR 5.902
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Jewish Museum Tickets overview

Activity Location: Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, London

Activity Timings: 10:00 AM- 5:00 PM

Activity Duration: 5-6 Hours (approx.)

About the Jewish Museum London:

Visit this famous museum and gain an insight into Jewish history, culture & heritage. Take an informative journey and get to know about the contributions, struggles & victories of the Jewish community for more than 2000 years. See the extensive collection of artifacts including rare manuscripts, ceremonial objects & personal testimonies while exploring four permanent galleries. Roam around unique exhibits based on various themes like faith, social justice, and interfaith dialogue and get to know about the ancient Jewish culture. Book tickets for Jewish Museum and get to know how British Jews saved their culture & traditions.

About the Jewish Museum Tickets:

  • Get to know about ancient Jewish history & culture as you visit the famous Jewish museum in London.
  • See interactive exhibits and multimedia installations, gain some insights into Jewish history, art & traditions, and have a unique educational experience.
  • Explore Jewish heritage while watching an extensive collection, including historical objects, artworks & cultural artifacts in the museum.
  • Take part in engaging educational programs & workshops in the museum and understand Jewish history, culture & values.
  • Walk through the galleries including The Mikveh, History: A British Story &The Holocaust Gallery, and get to know about the Holocaust who gave significant messages against racism.
  • Enhance your knowledge about the struggle of the Jew community to save their culture and their importance in the society whole exploring various areas.
  • Head toward the Research Center and see more than 2000 books in the library related to ancient Jewish history.
  • Book the Jewish Museum tickets and explore this amazing museum which is dedicated to a minority group.

How to Reach?

  • By Car: The meeting location is 4.5 km away from the Lonon city center. You can reach the location in 25 minutes by car.
  • By Bus: The meeting location is 450 m away from Pratt Street Station. You can reach the location from the station in a 6-minute walk.
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Jewish Museum Tickets faqs

Do I have to book Jewish Museum tickets in advance?

Yes, you should book Jewish Museum tickets in advance to get guaranteed entry to the attraction on your desired day and time. The museum gives entry to a limited number of visitors each day, so if you don't visit the ticket in advance, you may not get entry to the attraction on your preferred date. Booking the ticket online is very easy and saves you from the hassle of waiting in long lines to collect your physical passes. Advance booking can also help you get the ticket at a discounted rate making your trip budget-friendly.

Are there any discounts available for purchasing Jewish Museum tickets in advance?

Yes, if you purchase Jewish Museum tickets in advance, you can get a huge discount. You can buy the London Pass to visit the museum and many other attractions free of cost. On Saturdays, you can get free admission to the Jewish Museum. SNAP/EBT cardholders and people with disabilities, and their caregivers are also given free entry to the attraction. Students and senior members can also get tickets at discounted rates by producing valid proof of their age and student id. If you have a membership of the museum you can explore it free of cost. 

What is the Jewish Museum famous for?

Jewish Museum recites the story of Jewish culture and art in Britain from ancient times through today. The interesting displays span four permanent galleries, bringing Jewish stories to life. The museum houses a powerful Holocaust section that gives a glimpse into the life of Leon Greenman. It has a huge gallery entitled Judaism: A Living Faith wherein you can see a huge collection of Jewish ceremonial art. At the museum, you can also see an exhibit dedicated to British songwriter and singer Amy Winehouse, containing her personal belongings like clothes and family photographs. There is also a room with beautiful artefacts like silver Torah ornaments and a 17th-century synagogue ark.

What are the opening hours of the Jewish Museum?

The opening time of Jewish Museum is from Sunday to Thursday, 10 am to 5 pm. It remains closed on Friday and Saturday for maintenance purposes. You can visit the museum's official website to know about the timings as they may change on a particular day. Entry inside the museum is restricted post 4 pm, so try to visit the museum before that. Arrive at the museum half an hour before your scheduled entry time to complete formalities like bag checking and physical screening.

How long does it take to explore the Jewish Museum?

The time needed to explore the Jewish Museum will differ for each person, depending on their specific interest. For example, those interested in knowing more about Jewish culture and art in Britain may want to spend more time at the museum. Normally, it would take two to three hours to explore the museum, as it has tons of areas of interest and interactive exhibitions to keep you busy for a long time.

Is photography allowed inside the Jewish Museum?

Yes, photography is allowed inside the Jewish Museum, but you should follow the museum's guidelines. Avoid using flash as it may damage the exhibits and cause disturbance to other visitors. While clicking the pictures of the artefacts and other valuable collections of the museum maintain some distance so that they don’t get damaged. Be mindful of other visitors and consider their privacy while clicking the pictures. Some museum areas may have photography restrictions so pay attention to signage and ensure that you follow all the rules. Also, if you want to do professional photography, take permission from the staff beforehand. 

Is there any locker facility available inside the Jewish Museum?

The locker facility is available inside the Jewish Museum, but you cannot store large bags and luggage inside them. Since the museum has tons of valuable artefacts and artworks they may get damaged by getting knocked through the large bags so strict restrictions are there not to carry large bags inside the attraction. The cloakroom has a limited capacity, so leave large bags at a suitable place before visiting the museum. In the cloakroom you can keep your personal items and have a hassle free tour of the museum. 

Is the Jewish Museum accessible to individuals with disabilities?

Yes, the Jewish Museum can be accessed by people with disabilities as it has lifts at all floors to ensure hassle-free commute to the desired areas. But with the lift the physically disabled individuals can not access the underground area and the outside portico. Wheelchair-accessible toilets are also available on all floors of the museum for the convenience of the disabled individuals. You can bring in your own wheelchair inside the museum to ensure smooth transportation from one place to another. The person who accompanies the physically disabled individual doesn’t need to pay any entry fees. 

Can I bring food or drinks to the Jewish Museum?

No, you're not allowed to bring food or drinks to the Jewish Museum to maintain cleanliness. Since the museum is a popular attraction, stringent efforts are taken to maintain it and ensure that it remains sanitised and hygienic. But there is a café inside the museum where you can relish mouth-watering delicacies and a fish-vegetarian menu including seasonal soup, delicious cakes, and fresh bagels. The cafe has a pleasant ambience and comfortable seating for the guests. You can carry a water bottle inside the museum to stay hydrated during your tour. There are various places inside the museum from where you can fill in your bottle. 

Are there any restrictions on bringing bags or backpacks into the Jewish Museum?

You're not allowed to bring large bags and backpacks inside the Jewish Museum as it can cause inconvenience to the fellow passengers making it difficult to explore the attraction with ease. Since the cloakroom inside the museum has a limited capacity, it can only accommodate small bags and valuable items like watches and cameras. If you're carrying large bags or backpacks, you may be denied entry inside the Jewish Museum. It is therefore advised to leave large bags or backpacks at your hotel room or any other safe place rather than bringing them inside the museum. 

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