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The Jewish Museum London is for people of all backgrounds and faiths to explore British Jewish heritage, identity and culture. Set against a spacious and modern architectural backdrop with displays across four permanent galleries, the museum brings...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
129-131 Albert Street | Camden Town, London NW1 7NB, England
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This museum is small but fascinating. The staff are the most helpful and friendly we encountered and even security were really polite. The food is delicious and it’s good value. Such a lovely place to spend the morning.
With anti-semitism being so much in the news, we went to learn more about Jewish life. The museum has plenty of artifacts, but (for example) a lot of synagogue gold and silverware did little to educate us.
The captions to the display cases were particularly...More
Went mainly for the Asterix exhibition, don't know why they named it so, apart to get Asterix, Obelix and co fans through the doors. Hardly any reference to our comic hero's. But always planed to visit the museum, the hardest thing was to find it...More
I really enjoyed this small museum in Camden. It was nice that they had student-priced tickets for school/college students! They have the museum broken down into an artifacts room sorted by certain aspects of the Jewish tradition, and then a room where they take you...More
Visited here with my wide and children to see the Asterix exhibition. Quite easy to get to from Camden Tube station. My son is a big Asterix fan and was really looking forward to the exhibition. It sadly did not live up to expectations and...More
This Museum has a fantastic range of exhibitions and events that covers numerous topics in a careful and informative manner. It also hosts a variety of fascinating temporary exhibitions and is well worth a visit!
It's really amazing how this small museum manages to handle so many topics so thoughtfully all at once. The history of the Anglo Jewish community is laid out in objects, the story of the Holocaust is shown in items like the battered spoons and cups...More
Famous for its sprawling cluster of markets and shops as well as for an embrace of all things counter culture, Camden offers a concentrated version of London street life. From bargain shopping and people watching to rubbing elbows in its abundance of pubs and bars, Camden is the place to be for many a Londoner. It is also home to some of the hottest live music venues in Europe. As packed as Camden High
Street and its tributaries can get during the weekends, this neighbourhood is right next to some of the city's most beloved outdoor spaces, namely Regent's Park and Primrose Hill.
The Jewish Museum was quite small but fairly quiet when we visited and we did not buy tickets in advance. I have visited the IWM several times and never bothered to get tickets in advance and never had a problem getting in... More
The Jewish Museum was quite small but fairly quiet when we visited and we did not buy tickets in advance. I have visited the IWM several times and never bothered to get tickets in advance and never had a problem getting in, even to the special exhibitions. .Nice cafe at the IWM