Jewish Museum London
The Jewish Museum contains a wealth of information about the history of Jewish people in the UK, from 1066 to the present day. It hosts exhibitions, film screenings, kids' events, talks and lectures, workshops and live music.
The nearest tube station is Camden Town (Northern), although it can get crowded at peak times; Mornington Crescent, although slightly further away, is an alternative.
Discover more about the life, culture and history of Jewish people in the UK. The Jewish Museum has four permanent galleries set against a modern and architectural backdrop. You can also explore temporary exhibitions and enjoy a wider range of events, talks and tours.
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