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Sydney Jewish Museum, Sydney
(4.5/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
A memorial to the Holocaust, Sydney Jewish Museum examines Australian Jewish history and culture. For example, learn how the First Fleet, which included 16 known Jews, came to Australia. Multimedia exhibits explore the history of Judaism. The most poignant room is a Children’s Memorial. Free tours available. Put Sydney Jewish Museum into our Sydney vacation route planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Sydney.
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  • Here I first learned that among the first prisoners, walked the lands of Australia, was sixteen Jews. Exiles were poor, but then, as usual, on the rich history of the Jewish community of Australia, features an exhibition of the Sydney Jewish Museum opened almost 100 years ago. In the basement works exhibition, dedicated to the Australian Jewish traditions and culture. In the premises of the six stories in chronological order presented thematic expositions, affecting Holocaust. among the exhibits — papers and letters of the era of Hitler came to power the paper "Kristallnacht", the Anne Frank exhibit. Recommend that, if you have not been in other Jewish museums in the world.
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  • excellent Museum, I loved to see all that variety of Jewish objects, really is a town with a history apacionante, the guides are very friendly and have it to you very well.
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  • Firstly, its worth noting that we are not of the Jewish faith, but we had heard that the Sydney Jewish Museum is fascinating, educational, emotive and worth making the time to visit. It really is so i...  more »
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  • Was here 5 months ago. Very informative and one of the best museums in sydney
  • Great place to learn about the history of the Australian Jewish community. Undergoing renovations that should be done by the end of 2016.
  • Informative and rich. Good exhibitions, in particular the Anne Frank one and the letters from the second world war.
  • Great historical and cultural centre, and beautiful building.
  • A very informative and well served by Holocaust Survivors Museum. It has many aspects to Jewish History. A well patronized cafe with good and tasty food.