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Typology: Historical Museum, Private Museum, Religious Museum

Address

Address: Lungotevere de' Cenci
Zone: Rione Regola (Campo de' Fiori-Piazza Farnese) (Roma centro)
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Contacts

Opening times

From 31 October to November 20th and from January 3rd to January 30th
Sunday to Thursday: open from 10.00 to 16.30 (last admission at 15.45)
Friday open from 9.00 to 14.00 (last admission at 13.15)

From November 21st to January 2nd
Monday to Thursday: open from 9.00 to 16.00 (last admission at 15.15)
Friday open from 9.00 to 14.00 (last admission at 13.15)

From January 31st to March 30th
Sunday to Thursday: open from 10.00 to 17.00 (last admission at 4.15pm)
Friday open from 9.00 to 14.00 (last admission at 13.15)

From April 1st to September 30th
Sunday to Thursday: open from 10.00 to 18.00 (last admission at 17.15)
Friday: open from 10.00 to 16.00 (last admission at 15.15)

For updates and guidelines please check the > official website

Jewish holidays and closing days in 2021
March 17 (Purim)
April 15 – 16 – 17 and 22 – 23 (Pesah)
May 5  (Yom Ha’azmaut)
June  5 – 6 (Shavuot)
August 8 (Tishà Be Av)
September 25 – 26 – 27 (Rosh Ha Shanà)
October 4 – 5 (Yom Kippur)
October 9 – 10 – 11 (Sukkot)
October 16 (O’Shannà Rabbà)
October 17 (Sheminì Atzeret)
October 18 (Simhat Torà)

Information

https://museoebraico.roma.it/en/book-your-tour/
 
Before proceeding with the purchase, please read the conditions of sale at the following link:
https://museoebraico.roma.it/en/conventions/

For further information:  06.68400661 - info@museoebraico.roma.it

Agreement with

Roma Pass
What the agreement provides:

Roma pass card holders are granted a concessiornary ticket.

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Description

The Jewish Museum of Rome located on the premises of the Great Synagogue, was first opened in 1960 to display the collection of the Jewish Community of Rome: the work of the 17th and 18th century Roman silversmiths, precious textiles from all over Europe, and marble carvings saved when the Cinque Scole in the Ghetto were demolished.
On November 22, 2005, the museum reopened to the public with new displays: there are six totally renovated exhibition areas, a didactic itinerary planned in order to highlight the magnificent artefacts and the precious documents that narrate the over 2000-year history of the Jews of Rome, the relation-ship between the Jews and the City, the yearly cycle of Jewish Holidays and the Jewish life Cycle.
The Museum is now a unique place to discover the traditions, religion and history of the Roman Jewry, one of the oldest Jewish Communities of the world.

Services

» Accessible to disabled people
» Multilingual guided visits

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Culture and leisure › Cultural heritage › Museums

See also

Culture and leisure › Historic places of worship › Synagogues
Culture and leisure › Historic places of worship › Synagogues
Last checked: 2021-12-07 15:40