Culture Vultures, Family Friendly, First Timers, History Buffs
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In the heart of Amsterdam you find the Jewish Cultural Quarter. Explore the old Jewish Quarter and its striking buildings, impressive memorial sites and beautiful synagogues. 400 years of Jewish history in Amsterdam can be discovered! Learn everything about this unique culture and history.
The old Jewish neighbourhood of Amsterdam has a rich history. The Jewish Cultural Quarter tells the story of the neighbourhood through multiple exhibitions and locations. The Quarter includes the following venues: the Jewish Historical Museum, the Jewish Historical Children’s museum, Portuguese Synagogue, the National Holocaust Museum, and the National Holocaust Memorial. Get acquainted with Jewish culture and history, deepen your existing knowledge and challenge your thoughts about cultural diversity. In a positive way the Jewish story is made accessible to everyone.
With this ticket you get access to all buildings on site. The National Holocaust Museum is temporarily closed from 2 February 2020 due to renovations. The National Holocaust Memorial is temporarily closed from 1 September 2020. The opening of the new National Holocaust Museum will take place in the autumn of 2022.
Did you know Rembrandt’s house is also located in this neighborhood in Amsterdam? Combine your visit and learn more about this old master. Click here for more information.
The opening of the new National Holocaust Museum will take place in the autumn of 2022. Until then, the National Holocaust Museum will be temporaly closed from 2 February 2020 due to renovation.
The Hollandsche Schouwburg will be temporaly closed from 1 September 2020.