Duration: 1,5 hour
The Jewish Historical Museum was established in 1932. Since 1987 the museum has been housed in a compex of four former Ashkenazic synagogues, built between 1671 and 1752. The museum owns a magnificent collection of special objects. Not only the beauty of the religious objects but also paintings and works of art are presented.
Different exhibitions show the history of the Jews in The Netherlands from 1600 to the present day, including the Jewish religion, the Childrens’ Museum and a special Print Room built to house the famous collector “Leben or Theater” by Charlotte Salomon.
During a tour of 1 ½ hours Jeanette Loeb will show you the highlights of this museum.
Per hour 65 euro per family/group with a minumum of 1½ hour. You may bring up to 15 people. Excluded admission fees for the Jewish Cultural Quarter.
Special price of 150 euro for only 1 or 2 people for the first 2½ hours.