Manchester Jewish Museum
190 Cheetham Hill Road, Manchester, M8 8LW
(10 minutes walk from Manchester Victoria Station and next to Manchester Fort Shopping Centre - see map)
|Sunday - Thursday:||10am - 4pm|
|Friday:||10am - 1pm|
Closed Saturdays (for Jewish Sabbath) and for Jewish Festivals and weddings (see below).
We're open all Bank Holidays, except Christmas Day and Boxing Day
Jewish Manchester in 1912: Sweat Shops, Charity and the Titanic.
Sunday- Thursday 11am, 1pm and 3pm and Fridays at 11am
Visitors will be taken back in time to discover what life was like for 5 Jewish people living in Manchester in 1912. Museum volunteers will use the Museum’s displays, exhibits and collection to tell these fascinating and previously unheard stories.
Faith and the Synagogue
Sunday- Thursday 12pm and 2pm and Fridays at 12pm
Explore the oldest surviving synagogue building in Manchester through the life of a Jewish man called Chaim Besso. Let Mr Besso’s story lead you around the synagogue and you will discover more about kosher food, festivals and the synagogue itself.
Tours are included in museum entrance price.
(Children / Students / Unemployed / Senior Citizens)
UNLIMITED FREE ENTRY WITH 2013 MUSEUM PASS.
Simply pay normal admission fee to receive the pass, entitling free entry for the rest of 2013.*
*Ticket is valid for use in 2013 and entitles the person named to FREE admission to the Museum on any public opening day. Ticket is non-transferable. You will be asked to produce it on every return visit in 2013 along with proof of ID. Excludes group bookings and admission to special events.
We'll be closed on the following days in 2013 for Jewish Festivals, weddings and other events:
2 June- private event
7 June - Private wedding
9 June (open 10am-1pm)
11th July (open 1pm-4pm )
14 August - Private wedding
4 September (from 2pm), 5 & 6 September - Rosh Hashanah
13 September (from 2pm)
18 September (from 2pm), 19-20 September - Sukkot
25 September (from 2pm)
26-27 September - Simchat Torah