Jewish Museum - London

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Booking Your Visit

To make an enquiry about booking your visit please complete the booking form below. We aim to reply to you within two working days.

Enquiry Form

Disclaimer: Please note that this form is intended as an enquiry form to register an interest in making a visit to the Jewish Museum London.

Once your enquiry form has been received we will be in touch and if we are able to cater for your requirements we will send you a booking request form to complete.

Enquiry Form
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Booking Information

Workshop Charge*

Half day programme – £3.50 plus VAT per pupil

Full day programme – £7 plus VAT per pupil

*A minimum charge of £75 plus VAT for half a day and £150 plus VAT for a whole day (Weekend prices start at £100 plus VAT for a half day)

Booking Information

London Links Workshop Charge**

Half day programme – £1 per pupil

Full day programme – £2 per pupil

** London Links is an offer to inner London borough schools only. Please call our Learning Administrator on 020 7284 7388 for more information.

Self Guided Visits Information and Costs

To ensure you have the best experience at the Jewish Museum we strongly recommend booking a workshop. If you would prefer to organise your own visit we ask that you complete the enquiry form above.

Costs are £3 plus VAT per pupil and £6 plus VAT per adult

NB If you have booked a workshop the charge to stay for a self guided visit is £1 plus VAT per student. There will be no additional charge for adults.


If you think that our workshops do not quite fit your needs please contact us to find out whether it is possible to plan a bespoke session. Please complete the enquiry form above.

Costs for a half day: £3.50 plus VAT per child and £3.50 plus VAT per adult . Minimum fee of £125 plus VAT.

Costs for a full day: £7 plus VAT per child and £7 plus VAT per adult. Minimum fee of £250 plus VAT.


Intensive in-service courses are available for teachers and trainee teachers covering subject knowledge, issues of planning, delivery and assessment of religious education, Holocaust education and the topic of immigration.

You can bring your team to the museum for an INSET day and the Learning Team will design a seminar to fit your needs. Activities include a tour of the museum galleries, object-handling and the importance of objects as springboards to discussion and the chance to ask your questions about Judaism, what it means to be Jewish today, and teaching about immigration and Holocaust.

We can guide you on creative ways of delivering your syllabus and methods on how to use museum workshops and resources to achieve quality learning.

Costs of an Inset session: £150 plus VAT per 2 hour session. Maximum group size 25.

Please complete the enquiry form above.

Booking Process

1) Complete the above enquiry form.

2) The Learning Team Administrator will contact you about your enquiry form and will send you you a Booking Request Form to complete. (Please note that if your preferred dates or workshops are not available we will offer you the next free date we have).

3) Send the completed Booking Request Form back to the Learning Administrator.

4) A confirmation email with your confirmed booking details will be sent to you along with a document detailing important information for your visit. Until you receive confirmation of your booking by e-mail your visit has not been confirmed. Once you have received a booking confirmation email our cancellation policy will apply.

General Booking Information

It is advisable that all bookings are made at least one month in advance to ensure your preferred dates are available.

Please send us the above completed enquiry form and we will endeavor to match your dates with availability. Please note that we work on a first come, first served basis and that the enquiry form is an expression of interest and that we are unable to reserve dates until a completed booking form is received.

We have limited available space and we will try our best to match your needs to our resources.

Whilst we do not have a dedicated lunch space in the museum, bookings for a full day of workshops will have the use of the workshops space for students to use in their lunch break. Alternatively Regent’s Park is a 10 minute walk away.


What kind of programmes do you offer?

The Jewish Museum offers a wide range of workshops encouraging students to enjoy a positive and rewarding learning experience. Workshops are arranged in four strands, Discovering Judaism, Exploring History, Investigating the Holocaust and Revealing Arts.

For more in depth information please visit

How do we get to the museum?

3 minute walk from Camden Town tube station

10 minute walk from Camden Road railway station

Buses: 24, 27, 29, 31, 46, 88, 134, 168, 214, 253, 274, C2

Coach: Booked school visits arriving by coach can be set down and picked up opposite the museum in Albert Street. Information about coach parking is available from the Learning Administrator.

Can we eat at the museum?

Students are welcome to bring a vegetarian packed lunch to the museum, provided this is arranged in advance. If you do arrange to eat lunch with us, we ask that teachers ensure that rooms are left clean and tidy after use.

The museum has a Kosher café which can provide lunch if booked in advance. When booking your visit you can arrange for your students to bring their own vegetarian packed lunch and we will endeavor to provide a lunch space for them. Please discuss this with the Administrator when you make your booking. Limitations depend on dates and which workshops you are interested in.

What time can schools visit?

Morning workshops run 10am - 12pm

Afternoon workshops run 12.30 - 2.30pm

Please speak to the Learning Administrator to discuss the possibility of flexible start and end times of workshops.

How long does a visit last?

You should allow two hours for a half-day workshop, although it is possible to vary this depending on your requirements.

What should we bring with us?

If you need any other items, we will advise you before your visit.

Can we take photographs?

Yes - you can take photographs around the museum, but please no flash photography in the museum galleries.

Is there a cafe at the museum?

Yes. Please be aware that we are unable to seat a large group as the café is used by the public.

Is there a shop at the museum?

Yes. There is a range of pocket money priced items and we suggest that it is best to send small groups of students to the shop during lunchtime or after the workshop. Please note that the museum shop will close early on Fridays for Shabbat.

Cancellation Policy and Important Information

Please read the policy document below.

For further information on all learning activities at the Jewish Museum please call +44 (0)20 7284 7384

or email

Our Policies and Important Information Document (PDF)