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Judaism - A Living Faith

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Judaism - A Living Faith

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Basic Information

Location 129 Albert St, London, United Kingdom
Date 2010/01/01 - 2020/01/01
Recurring Event: no
Country United Kingdom
City London

Tourist Information

Free entry no
Suitable for kids no
Handicap accessibility no
Yearly event no


Summary

A collection of rare and beautiful ceremonial art objects. This stunning gallery showcases the Museum’s outstanding collection of Jewish ceremonial art and explores Judaism as a living religious tradition.

With an interactive Torah display at its center, the gallery explores Jewish religious practice and traditions in the home and synagogue, using multimedia and hands-on displays to engage visitors of all ages. Highlights include a 17th-century Venetian synagogue Ark, magnificent Torah decorations, silver Hanukah lamps and Passover plates.

The Museum’s Judaica collection is one of the finest in the world and has been awarded Designated status by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, in recognition of its outstanding national importance. The gallery not only highlights the beauty and craftsmanship of these objects, but also relates them to religious practice within Judaism.

Specially commissioned films feature British Jewish families celebrating Jewish festivals and life cycle events. Hands-on interactive include a Sabbath immersive experience and model synagogue. Other displays help you understand the ethics and values that underpin Judaism.


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United Kingdom

City

London


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