How to visit the Jewish Cultural Quarter with your City Card

In order to visit this venue with your City Card, you are required to book a timeslot in advance. Book a timeslot by following this link, select your timeslot and choose the 'Other valid entrance' ticket during your checkout. Please make sure your City Card is valid at the time of your visit."

Shared history

The Jewish Historical Museum collects objects and works of art associated with the religion, culture and history of Jews and Judaism in the Netherlands and its former colonies. The museum has more than 30,000 works of art, ceremonial items and historical objects, of which only 5% is on display at any one time. The museum is especially renowned for its temporary exhibitions that highlight Jewish history, artists, musicians and others who’ve influenced social and cultural events.

JHM Children's Museum

The Children's Museum is home to the Hollanders, a Dutch Jewish family. The various rooms in the house reflect the family's concerns and key elements in Jewish tradition: that each person has a responsibility for the world in which they live and that everyone can contribute in their own way. Younger visitors can explore everyday subjects such as food, study, memories and music.

Jewish Cultural Quarter in Amsterdam

Experience the highlights of Jewish Amsterdam by purchasing a Jewish Cultural Quarter ticket. Valid for one month, you can enjoy access to the JHM, the Children's Museum, Portuguese Synagogue and the Hollandsche Schouwburg (National Holocaust Memorial) – including events and exhibitions, unless otherwise specified.