Learn about British Jewish history

A host of exhibitions
This must try is connected to: Jewish Museum

This museum was first founded in 1932, with the aim of preserving the heritage of the East End, where many Jewish people had resettled in the UK. Over the years it has expanded its remit to include the experiences of Jewish people from all over the capital, as well as accounts from refugees who fled Nazism.


There is a permanent collection, an acclaimed programme of anti-racist education, and a variety of regular exhibitions which have included a look at the life of Amy Winehouse and 'Through a Queer Lens: Portraits of LGBTQ Jews'. 

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