Jewish Museum - London

Client List & Client Quotes

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What our clients say

"We have found the Jewish Museum to be an excellent venue for evening events looking for a unique setting near to Central London. Around 5 minutes' walk from Camden Tube Station the museum offers a range of fascinating insights into the history of the Jewish community in London. Within the display galleries there are a number of corporate hire spaces which offers flexible settings for small to large gatherings. With attractive modern meeting spaces, friendly staff and excellent catering the museum was a great choice for this year’s London Volunteers in Museums Awards." 
Jim Hutchinson, Chair of London Heritage Volunteer Management Network - October 2014

"Many thanks for all your help with the event.  Everyone had a lovely time and a great experience."
Lynne Rossiter, Foreign & Commonwealth Office - May 2014

 "Thank you for making Sam's Bar Mitzvah so wonderful - we really couldn't have done it without you. The Jewish Museum was the perfect venue - both a meaningful backdrop to our simcha as well as a great space to get down and party. In particular the small touches you suggested in terms of lighting, using Sam's photos on the screens and positioning of the various food and drink stations, made the party feel welcoming and intimate. In the run up to the Bar Mitzvah your help was invaluable and we really appreciate the work you and your wonderful team put in. As I am sure you could tell our family and friends had the most wonderful and memorable night."
Judith & Marc Rubinstein - February 2014

"Thank you so much for a lovely evening."
Simone Logan, Island Records - August 2013

"Thank you profusely for your warmth and hospitality. I think that our Study Day was a resounding success, no small part of which was down to your support and enthusiasm and also to the quite wonderful venue."
John Stachiewicz, National Trust - July 2013

“We can't thank you enough for all the help you gave us in the run up to the event and on the day itself. Everyone commented on what a super venue it was for this party - not least of all the Barmitzvah boy himself. The museum itself is fabulous and was enjoyed equally by our Jewish and non-Jewish friends, because everything is so well explained and the effect is so welcoming. From our point of view, trying to arrange a party that had relevance to the event we were celebrating, it really was perfect.”
Robert and Zoe - December 2011

"Our friends and family just loved the venue. We had a wonderful day. Thank you to you and everyone else who helped on the day and prior to our Simcha. It all flashed by too quickly!"
Leonard and Marian - November 2011

“It all seemed to work so well and we had many compliments about how well the venue worked. Please thank the team for their cheery help and support - it made everything so easy and enabled us to relax and just enjoy the party on the night!”
Claire and Julian - October 2011

“The Museum is really a wonderful place for a party - in the words of one thank you letter I have had - warm and elegant - that is not an easy combination to find.”
Jewish Renaissance - September 2011

“Just wanted to say a massive THANK YOU for all your help in making yesterday a very successful and smooth-running day! The room was perfect, we all really enjoyed the tour and the lunch was delicious!”
Museums, Libraries and Archives Council - December 2010

“All in all a wonderful evening. I have no hesitation is using the Museum again for other private events and would highly recommend it to my friends and colleagues.”
Wendy and Brian - November 2010

“Many thanks to you and your charming team who helped make our celebration such a success. People were having such a good time that they just didn’t want to leave.”
Estelle and Robert - May 2010

Organisations who have previously hosted functions at the Museum include

Association for Historical and Fine Art Photography
Association of Cultural Enterprises
Association of Jewish Refugees
Bloomsbury Publishing
British Friends of the Israeli War Disabled
British ORT
British Transport Police
Chai Cancer Care
Community Security Trust
Embassy of Israel
European Association of JCCs
Foreign & Commonwealth Office
Habonim Dror UK
Heritage Lottery Fund
Holocaust Education Trust
Institute of Education
Island Records
Jewish Blind and Disabled
Jewish Music Institute
Jewish Renaissance
Jewish Volunteering Network
Judy's Vintage Fair
Kids in Museums
Kinloss Learning Centre
League of Jewish Women
Lord Mayor of Camden
Maccabaeans Society
Magen David Adom UK
Museums Libraries and Archives Council
Open University
Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies
Renee Cassin
Three Faiths Forum
University College London
UK Task Force on Issues Facing Arab Citizens of Israel
UK Association of Lawyers and Jurists
United Synagogue
Working Party on Jewish Monuments in the UK and Ireland
World Jewish Relief 
Young Chai
Young Sephardim