Explore the Jewish Museum’s four beautifully preserved synagogues, dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, and discover what it meant and means to be Jewish in the Netherlands. From modern art to centuries-old history: paintings, ceremonial objects, films and 3D presentations offer a contemporary and comprehensive view of Jewish religion and culture in the Netherlands through the ages. Explore the temporary exhibitions too!
Culture and history
In its three permanent exhibitions, the Jewish Museum speaks of the culture and history of Judaism in the Netherlands, through paintings, drawings, utensils, photographs, movies and modern 3D presentations.
Jewish Museum junior
The Jewish Museum junior is aimed at introducing the younger generations to Jewish life and traditions, by means of play. The museum is furnished as a Jewish family home. Every day, children can bake bread in the kosher kitchen, learn Hebrew in the study or make music together in the music room.
Together, the Portuguese Synagogue, the Hollandsche Schouwburg, the National Holocaust Museum and the Jewish Museum make up the Jewish Cultural Quarter. The admission ticket is valid for all these locations for one month. The Hollandsche Schouwburg and National Holocaust Museum are temporarily closed for renovations.
Netherlands Museum Pass valid
Would you like to purchase a Netherlands Museum Pass?
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Purchase a Netherlands Museum Pass or a ticket to a museum
Netherlands Museum Pass
Purchase the Netherlands Museum Pass to visit more than 400 museums in the Netherlands for one year.
|Type of Museum Pass||Price|
|Adult Pass||€ 75|
|Young Person Pass||€ 39|
|Kids Pass||€ 39|
Joods Museum also sells Netherlands Museum Passes on-site.
Standard tickets Joods Museum
|0 t/m 5 jaar||free of charge|
|6 t/m 12 jaar||€ 4,25|
|13 t/m 17 jaar||€ 8,50|
Children vote for kid-approved museums
Children aged 12 and under review museums as kid-approved or not (with kidsproof labelling on the photograph). Reviewing museums is fun! Collect stickers to create your own works of art.