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Jewish Museum of Belgium
© E. v. Schiller/J. Horowitz/Musée Juif de Belgique
Rue de Minimes 21
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The Jewish Museum will open its doors again to the public on Sunday 14 September 2014.
Located in a 19th-century town house, the museum exhibits collections illustrating the life, history and culture of Jews in Belgium. These rich collections include ceremonial objects, works of art, a picture library with around 20,000 photos, over 5000 posters and a music collection.
The museum also has a library with almost 25,000 works and archives with over 3 million documents tracing Judaism in Belgium back to the 19th century. Temporary exhibitions, conferences, guided tours and educational activities complete the Jewish Museum's cultural offer.
Discover a museum in Brussels dedicated to the life and history of Jewish populations in Belgium since the 18th century.
Visit the Jewish Museum
The museum will re-open on 14 September 2014.
Tuesday - Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
Evening visits are also available on request.
Permanent exhibition: €5 or €3 with a discount.
Temporary exhibition: €8 and €5 with a discount.
Guided tours for groups of 15 people
€60 and €70 on a Sunday.
Booking is compulsory and can be done by telephone on +32 (0)2 512 19 63 or by email.
Free entry on the first Sunday of each month.
Free for children under 12.
Interactive, guided tours of the current exhibitions, workshops and training - primary and secondary schools and higher education as well as for families.
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