The Jewish Museum in Camden, North London, is a celebration of Jewish life, culture and heritage.

Permanent exhibitions include History: a British Story which looks at British Jewish history since 1066. There is also The Holocaust Gallery and Judaism: A living Faith which features rare ceremonial art objects.

Founded in 1932 with the aim of preserving London's Jewish community's heritage and history of London's East End, the Jewish Musuem is now housed in an early Victorian listed building in Camden Town. Explore key objects and artefacts of historical and modern Jewish life while learning about the experiences of refugees from Nazism during WWII.

Reflecting the diverse roots and social history of London's Jewish community, the Jewish Museum features collections, interactive activities and temporary exhibitions, which you can enjoy free entry to with your London Pass.

Whilst you are in Camden you could also visit ZSL London Zoo or take a unique cruise on Jason’s Original Canal Boat Trip.

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"The London Pass along with the travel pass gave me the freedom to see everything I wanted to see when I was in London. The travel was exceptionally easy and the fact that everything was prepaid allowed me to be worry free about having enough money set back for admissions and travel. I would recommend the use of the London Pass to anyone travelling to London. I will certainly use it on my next trip!"
Debra from Texas, USA

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Monday 10.00 - 17.00
Tuesday 10.00 - 17.00
Wednesday 10.00 - 17.00
Thursday 10.00 - 17.00
Friday 10.00 - 14.00
Saturday 10.00 - 17.00
Sunday 10.00 - 17.00
Last Admission: 30 mins before closing

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Address:

129-131 Albert Street Camden Town London NW1 7NB

Telephone:

020 7284 7384