Jewish Museum of Belgium
Rue de Minimes 21
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Discover a museum in Brussels dedicated to the life and history of Jewish populations in Belgium since the 18th-century.
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.
Don't miss the new exhibition room dedicated to the Shoah.
Visit the Jewish Museum
Open every day from 10am to 5pm.
Closed on Mondays.
Evening visits on request.
Permanent exhibition: €5 or €3 with a reduction.
Temporary exhibition: €8 and €5 with a reduction.
Guided tours for groups of 15 people.
€60 and €70 on a Sunday.
Booking is compulsory by telephone on +32 (0)2 512 19 63 or by email.
Free entry on the first Sunday of the month.
Free entry for educational institutions recognised by the French Community.
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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