Jewish Museum of Australia
The Museum will reopen on Sundays only from 26 July, with free entry and social distancing measures in place.
The Jewish Museum of Australia is a community museum and cultural centre which explores the Jewish experience in Australia through world class exhibitions, challenging education programs and collection management.
The Jewish Museum of Australia was established in 1982, located in the synagogue of the Melbourne Hebrew Congregation, South Yarra. In 1992 it purchased a building in Alma Road, St Kilda opposite one of Melbourne's most beautiful synagogues, the St Kilda Hebrew Congregation, and close to Temple Beth Israel. On 20 August 1995 the Jewish Museum of Australia, Gandel Centre of Judaica was officially opened by the then Governor General, The Hon Bill Hayden.
The Jewish Museum of Australia is committed to being a respected and innovative cultural centre, recognised nationally for its excellence in exhibitions, education programs and collection management.
There is always something happening at the Museum, including exhibitions, lectures, tours, family and special events
2 minute walk from tram stop 32 on St Kilda Rd
(Tram Routes 3 or 67)
❊ What's On ❊
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ 26 Alma Road St Kilda | Map
✆ 03 9534 0844
❊ Web Links ❊
→ Jewish Museum of Australia
→ Jewish Holocaust Centre
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