Jewish Museum tells the history of Jewish population in London from 1066, Jewish ceremonial art, ethics and values of Judaism, The Holocaust Gallery etc
Jewish Museum London is a fantastic museum attracts tourists who have a specific interest in Judaism, theology or wish to explore the social history of the Jewish people.
The museum’s highlights include ‘A British Story’, which charts the history of Jewish population in London from 1066 through to the modern day; ‘Judaism: A Living Faith’, which displays Jewish ceremonial art and helps visitors understand the ethics and values of Judaism; ‘The Holocaust Gallery’; and the Foyle Research Library.
The Jewish Museum was founded in 1932 by Professor Cecil Roth, Alfred Rubens and Wilfred Samuel. Originally located in Woburn House in Bloomsbury, it moved to an elegant early Victorian listed building in Camden Town in 1994.
Those London tourists with a strong interest in Judaism are also recommended to visit The Holocaust Exhibition at the Imperial War Museum (details found at London Landmark)
Admission: Admission to the Welcome Gallery is free. For others, entrance fee is required
Nearest Tube: Camden Town (Northern Line)
Address: Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, Camden Town, London NW1 7NB Tel. 020 7284 7384