Set against a spacious and modern architectural backdrop, with displays across four permanent galleries, the museum houses one of the world's finest collections reflecting the vibrancy of Jewish culture and religion.

Through a striking variety of objects, art, photographs and film footage, as well as personal stories and interactive displays, the galleries bring the Jewish story to life, placing it in a wider context of British history.

In 2016, the Museum a successful Art Happens crowdfunding campaign to commission a series of Amy Winehouse street art installations throughout Camden Town.

Jewish Museum London

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

020 7284 7384


Opening times

Sunday 10am - 5pm

Monday 10am - 5pm

Tuesday 10am - 5pm

Wednesday Closed

Thursday 10am - 5pm

Friday Closed

Saturday Closed

All visitors will be required to book a timed ticket in advance.

We will require all visitors to the Museum to complete Track and Trace when they arrive at the Museum.

The Museum is reopening with set capacity restrictions. Using a timed ticket entry we will restrict the number of people entering the Museum, and will have a maximum of 10 people attending each tour.

We ask that you do not arrive any more than 15 minutes early for your time slot to avoid congestion.

We have signs around the Museum promoting social distancing where possible.

Following government guidance, face coverings will need to be worn within the Museum, until government restrictions are lifted.

We will be providing mandatory temporary checks for all visitors upon entry to the Museum.

With a National Art Pass you get

Free entry and free exhibitions
Standard entry price

Price displayed is based on a standard venue entry price. Prices may vary according to ticket type and entry day/time.

Price correct at time of publication.

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