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London Jewish Museum

Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, Camden Town, LONDON, NW1 7NB

Housing internationally acclaimed collections, the Jewish Museum provides an inspirational environment in which the Jewish culture, heritage and identity can be explored. Engaging with people of all ages, backgrounds and faiths, the galleries bring a series of collections to life, including a look at religious life, social history, Jewish settlement in Britain and the story of Jewish migration. Photo credit: 2nd image - Benedict Johnson.

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Tel: 020 7284 7384
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Including a voluntary Gift Aid donation £7.50 (ch 5-16 £3.50, under 5s free, concessions £6.50). Family (2ad+4ch) £18. Carers free. Free entry for National Art Pass & Friends of the Museum

Opening times

Open daily 10-5 (Fri 10-2). Last admission 30mins before closing. Closed Jewish Festivals, 25-26 Dec & 1 Jan
Average visit 2hrs





Fully accessible. Induction loop runs throughout welcome gallery, auditorium & permanent gallery spaces. Transcripts for un-subtitled audio provided by Jewish Museum shop

London Jewish Museum
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Underground - Camden Town, 3 mins walk from station

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