About Dutch Jewis life
A unique picture is given of Dutch Jewish life in all its facets, then and now. The museum has an extensive multimedia collection. From paintings to films and from utensils to 3D presentations. In addition, there are always one or two temporary exhibitions. Within the Jewish Museum is another special location, especially for children: the Children's Museum.
How to visit the Jewish Cultural Quarter with your City Card
It is not necessary to reserve a time slot to visit this location with your City Card. Make sure that your City Card is valid at the time of your visit.
Dates of exhibitions adjusted
The schedule of the exhibitions is being adjusted. Exhibitions that were already open can be seen longer, new exhibitions are being moved forward. The adjusted data can be found below. They are here to find.
The Jewish Museum is a modern museum about Judaism, which is located in four monumental synagogues at Waterlooplein, in the heart of the old Jewish quarter of Amsterdam. The history and culture of the Jews in the Netherlands are visible here in three permanent exhibitions. With paintings, drawings, utensils, photos, films and modern 3D presentations, it can rightly be called a multimedia museum, for both young and old. In addition to the three permanent exhibitions, the JM houses a Children's Museum and there are always one or two temporary exhibitions.
The Jewish family Hollander lives in the Children's Museum. You are very welcome at their home. The Dutch love the Jewish tradition; each in their own way, sometimes seriously, sometimes with a wink. And what's nice, you can do everything there. Braiding bread in the kitchen, learning Hebrew in the study or making music together in the music room. Family friend Max de Matze shows everyone the way and turns the visit into a party!
Jewish Cultural Quarter Amsterdam
Beautiful synagogues, striking buildings and impressive memorial places color the street scene of the old Amsterdam Jewish quarter. At the heart of this is the Jewish Cultural Quarter, which is less than a square kilometer, marked by the Jewish Museum with its exciting Children's Museum, the impressive Portuguese Synagogue with the centuries-old Ets Haim library and the Hollandsche Schouwburg.
The National Holocaust Museum is currently closed for refurbishment.