Jewish Museum
The Green Guide
129-131 Albert Street, London NW1 7NB
The museum is dedicated to Jewish culture and the local history of the community from the Norman conquest (1066) to the present day. There are four themed sections: the Welcome Gallery provides information on Jews today; A Living Faith exhibits a stunning collection of religious items; A British Story tells the story of the Jewish community in Great Britain; and The Holocaust Gallery retraces the history of Jews in Nazi Europe. The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions.

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  • Address 129-131 Albert Street, London NW1 7NB
  • Opening hours Mon-Wed and Sun 10am-5pm (9pm Thu and 2pm Fri) - closed Jewish hols (see Website)
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