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Jewish Museum London, London

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  • Less than a 5 minute walk from Camden tube station, this museum has 3 floors of exhibits detailing Jewish life history. Currently the top floor has an Amy Winehouse exhibition and there is the street ...  more »
  • I travelled from Scotland to visit the Amy exhibition and to walk the street art trail. The museum staff were very friendly and there is a lovely cafe with good coffee and bagels! I really enjoyed the...  more »
  • I visited in April. Another small but very good exhibition here at the Jewish museum. There are some wonderful pictures of Amy. I wouldn't say I was ever a huge fan but this exhibition has made me app...  more »
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  • Excellent museum, really interesting displays and very interactive for children. Explores all aspects of Judaism in Britain but doesn't bore you with lots of dense and unrelatable pieces of information.
  • Surprisingly interesting museum with a wide diversity of exhibitions. Would recommend.
  • Very interesting ground floor which is free to the public. Upper floors require tickets.
  • Very insightful and on a lovely road
  • A museum dedicated to this minority group, this former piano factory in Camden re-opened in 2010 after extensive refurbishment and now offers a permanent collection of Jewish memorabilia from all over the world including a lavish array of silver items, many donated from now closed synagogues, as well as exhibitions for limited periods too. There is shop with a selection of gifts and books and a café which serves a small menu of kosher light meals, mainly sandwiches, wraps and pastries. Closed on Jewish holidays so advisable to check before visiting.